Emerging Jobs in Life Sciences and What You Should Be Training for Now
To develop and more importantly to improve current technologies, the market needs a pipeline of talent: well-educated and skilled scientists. Today, a new graduate or scientist with an immunology background will have a strong advantage in the market.
The market for NGS applications reached $2.7 billion in 2016 and is expected to expand to $10.5 billion by 2022.
The expanding biotech market offers a variety of careers. In some cases, we need to be creative and see behind the obvious scientific path.
- An overview of the emerging and growing trends in life science/biotech industry as potential career track
- Why understanding CRISPR technology can be an important skill in career development
- Information on genomics data management and its role in creating jobs for genomics and genetics specialized students
- Coverage of artificial intelligence and drug discovery job market
- Insights of nanotechnology applications and evaluation of their role in biomedical engineering jobs
- List of potential career pathways for biotech/pharma professionals
Dr. Marianna Tcherpakov has more than 10 years of experience as a bench scientist specializing in the areas of biochemistry, cell biology and industrial assay development and drug manufacturing. She has contributed to a number of scientific publications and holds several patents. She has expertise as an assay development scientist and is familiar with different research field trends and likely future developments.