A medical researcher is a person who discovers new methods and ways of enhancing human health. These scientists perform research on microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses and later they regularly perform reviews, clinical investigations and create reports during this process.
- Clinical Research Coordinator
- Medical Scientists
- Clinical Trial Manager
- Clinical Laboratory Technician
- Clinical Research Manager
12th examination, minimum of 50% in aggregate of Physics, Chemistry and Biology from a recognized board.
- scientific and numerical skills - Good written and oral communication skills - Genuine enjoyment of the research subject - A methodical approach to work - Tenacity and patience - Ability to work well in teams and to network and forge links with collaborators - Problem-solving skills and analytical thinking - Attention to detail
Courses to be pursued
- MD-PhD Dual degree training program
- PhD in Biomedical Sciences
All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi
Address: Ansari Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110029
Phone: 011 2658 8500
Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC), Delhi
Address: 2, Bahadur Shah Zafar Road, Balmiki Basti, New Delhi, Delhi 110002
Phone: 011 2323 9279
Medical Researchers mostly work in offices and laboratories. They occupy themselves by studying data and reports. Medical Researchers work with dangerous biological samples or chemicals but they always take precautions to ensure a safe environment. They usually work full time.
ICBio Clinical Research Pvt. Ltd.
Address: 16 &18, ICBio Towers,Chikkabetahalli Yelahanka Main Rd, Vidyaranyapura, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560097
Phone: 080 2364 1042
Auriga Research Private Limited
Address: 3/15, Block 3, Kirti Nagar Industrial Area, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110015
Phone: 011 4575 4546
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Tu Youyou is a Chinese medical scientist and pharmaceutical chemist who also received the Lasker Award for discovering artemisinin and dihydroartemisinin which helps to treat malaria. It is said that her discoveries saved lives of millions of people.