Embryonic Stem Cells Research Specialist Jobs

Embryonic Stem Cells Research Specialist Overview

With medical scientists playing a vital role in today's fight against cancer and other diseases, embryonic stem cells research specialists focus on finding a solution to treating hard-to-cure conditions. These specialists work on the research and development of new ways to replace tissue and organs, helping the human body heal itself. When it comes to required skills, stem cell researchers should have a thorough knowledge of culture techniques as well as strong communication and interpersonal skills for discussing experimental protocols and results, ensuring proper documentation of all procedures and findings. Individuals entering this field of expertise can find positions as a medical science liaison or a medical researcher.

Embryonic Stem Cells Research Specialist Education Requirements

Medical scientists who wish to specialize in stem cell research need to earn at least a bachelor's degree in biology or a related field. Many programs require students to take a wide array of foundational coursework, such as mathematics and physical sciences. Honing one's writing skills is also a necessity for embryonic stem cells research specialists, training them for publishing research and writing grants. Many research companies prefer to hire medical scientists who have earned a Ph.D. in this sector of the medical industry, placing additional emphasis on research and laboratory work. As long as they do not need to administer drugs or gene therapy, embryonic stem cells research specialists generally do not need to obtain a license or certification.

Embryonic Stem Cells Research Specialist Job Market

The field of medical science as a whole is predicting an employment increase of 13 percent by 2022, resulting in an additional 3,550 job opportunities in the research and development sector. Because embryonic stem cell research is becoming more popular among the science community, specialists in this field have opportunities available to them across the nation.

Embryonic Stem Cells Research Specialist Salary

Individuals who research embryonic stem cells can expect to earn a median annual wage of $87,620. Those who have several years of work experience can earn upwards of $146,650.
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University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA, 19107
The senior research specialist of the iPS cell core will provide critical technical and logistic support for the director of the iPS core which will ensure the continuous productivity and success in establishing iPS cell lines for clinically relevant studies. Cell culture of adherent and suspension cells; generation and growth of both human and murine stem cells, including embryonic stem cells and...

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