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Bioanalyst

With a foot in both computers and biology, bioanalysts apply computer tools to the various areas of biology, e.g. genomics.Bioanalysts, or bioinformaticians, take part in basic and applied research in order to enhance knowledge about living organisms, manage natural resources and develop new practices and products in the fields of medicine and agriculture.

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Chemist

The chemist designation covers a lot of ground—from research and development, to sales representative, and including production and quality control.

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Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy technicians provide clerical and technical support to pharmacists in hospitals or retail pharmacies.

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Pharmacist

Community pharmacists (local pharmacies, chains) and hospital pharmacists fill prescriptions, give advice on the use of drugs and keep records of customer prescriptions. Industrial pharmacists participate in the research and development, testing and production of new drugs. They draft information documents regarding the use and therapeutic effects of particular drugs and evaluate drug labelling, packaging and advertising. 

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Medical Lab Technician

Medical lab technicians work in medical research labs in hospitals, clinics, research institutes and universities, as well as in government research labs.

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Microbiologist

Microbiology is a science that is divided into several branches: bacteriology, virology, parasitology and immunology. The objective of microbiology is to build specific knowledge in an effort to counter the propagation of harmful microorganisms and to develop concrete applications from research findings (wastewater treatment, the transformation of toxic waste, industrial fermentation, fertilization, medicines).

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Research Pharmacist

The research pharmacist will work mainly on two axes of research: contributing to the development of medicines, and evaluating pharmaceutical care and services. He/she may operate out of a pharmaceutical research company, university, hospital or other institution

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Pharmacologist

The pharmacologist is first and foremost a doctor, a chemist or a biologist specialized in medicine. He/she conducts experiments and analyses to better understand the effects of pharmaceutical substances and drugs on the human or animal organism

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Regulatory Affairs Specialist - RAS

The development of a pharmaceutical or biotechnological company requires the appropriate registering of its products and the periodic renewal of market authorizations. The mission of the Regulatory Affairs Specialist is to prepare and file demands for regulatory approval of the products of one’s company.

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Pharmaceutical Sales Representative

For a given territory, a pharmaceutical sales representative is in charge of developing relationships with pharmacists and doctors to promote the products of the pharmaceutical company that employs him/her

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Clinical research technician

Clinical research technicians have an important role to play with respect to the investigator, who manages and controls the conduct of the study.

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