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Rajiv good to know we were help to you. I would go by Deepthi's suggestion - you should look for work experience. and continue with your Phd. No amount of theroy can equate to work experience you will gain. Biochemistry would be helpful in pathology labs/ pharma labs/ clinical research labs/ Pharma companies/ chemical companies/ Diagnostics labs or most popular one - Teaching and Research Associates. Wishin you good luck.

2 answers Surabhi Dewra in Biological Scientist category

Dear Aspirant, Firstly, choosing the option based on just comparison of the courses is highly NOT recommended. This should be avoided since both fields are good on their own accord. The important thing is what you are good at, and that is much more important. Since you have taken PCB and if you interest in Biology, Chemistry, then definitely BioChemistry is good field for you. You can also explore MicroBiology, BioTechnology fields which are very promising. To be on the safer side, I would strongly suggest you to take the Ideal Career Test from CareerGuide.com. This psychometric

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Biological Scientist category

Dear Aspirant, Firstly, choosing the option based on just comparison of the courses is highly NOT recommended. This should be avoided since both fields are good on their own accord. The important thing is what you are good at, and that is much more important. Since you have taken PCB and if you interest in Biology, Chemistry, then definitely BioChemistry is good field for you. You can also explore MicroBiology, BioTechnology, Pharmacy, Clinical Research fields which are very promising. To be on the safer side, I would strongly suggest you to take the Ideal Career Test from Caree

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Biological Scientist category

Hi Raihan, M.Sc. is a two year post graduate degree, eligibility for which is a UG degree in science stream. Medical Biochemistry is an area that studies biochemical exchanges within the human body in relation to their application in the medicine field. For getting admission into MSc Medical Biochemistry a student must have a bachelor degree in the relevant subject from any recognise Institute/university. Job Prospects after doing MSc Medical Biochemistry: The demand for a career in Medical Biochemistry is increasing day by day with the increase in research field. There are some fie

1 answer Douglas O in Biological Scientist category
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Hello There,  A biochemist is someone who is a master of  biology and chemistry. Such graduates can find jobsacross all industry. You have an opportunity in the food industry to agriculture to pharma to medical to forensic etc. Your job is purely research oriented, so you could opt for clinical research field too. Similiarly in other industries, you would mainly be engaged with clinical trials before a product reaches the market. Hope this helps. Wish you good luck..

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Biological Scientist category

Dear Aspirant, Firstly, choosing the option based on just comparison of the courses is highly NOT recommended. This should be avoided since both fields are good on their own accord. The important thing is what you are good at, and that is much more important. Since you have taken PCB and if you interest in Biology, Chemistry, then definitely BioChemistry is good field for you. You can also explore MicroBiology, BioTechnology fields which are very promising. To be on the safer side, I would strongly suggest you to take the Ideal Career Test from CareerGuide.com. This psychometric

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Biological Scientist category

Dear Aspirant, Firstly, choosing the option based on just comparison of the courses is highly NOT recommended. This should be avoided since both fields are good on their own accord. The important thing is what you are good at, and that is much more important. Since you have taken PCB and if you interest in Biology, Chemistry, then definitely BioChemistry is good field for you. You can also explore MicroBiology, BioTechnology, Pharmacy, Clinical Research fields which are very promising. To be on the safer side, I would strongly suggest you to take the Ideal Career Test from Caree

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