Careers in Medical Science

  • Types of Careers in Medical Laboratories

    There are multiple medical laboratory careers to choose from. Although some may require a degree, this is not true of all positions. Learn about these careers, including requirements, duties and salaries.
    By angiem1981 October 17, 2010 

  • EKG Technician Job Responsibilities

    The job responsibilities of an EKG technician include performing electrocardiograms, working with patients and several other duties. I've you are interested in become an EKG tech read on to learn about the training and employment outlook for this...
    By Leigh A. Zaykoski October 4, 2010 

  • How to Become an Immunologist

    An immunologist is one of the most rewarding careers in medical science. You will have some information about the job, education, training, certification requirements, and salary of an immunologist by learning how to become an immunologist in the United...
    By Harry Sylvester May 17, 2010 

  • The Life of a Pediatrician: What it Entails and How to Become One

    Pediatricians provide medical care for patients under the age of 18. This career can be rewarding, but it has rigorous education and training requirements. Learn how to become a pediatrician to decide if it's a good career for you.
    By Harry Sylvester May 11, 2010 

  • Nurse Anesthetist Job Description Information

    Nurse anesthetists are an important part of the medical care team in an operative setting. Find out how to become a nurse anesthetist and what the duties of nurse anesthetist professionals are as outlined in a basic nurse anesthetist job description...
    By Leigh A. Zaykoski May 4, 2010 

  • What is an Orthopedist?

    What is an orthopedist? Learn about the job duties, work environment, educational requirement and salary of orthopedists in this overview.
    By DaniellaNicole April 29, 2010 

  • How Much Money does a Psychiatrist Make?

    How Much Money does a Psychiatrist Make? Psychiatrists are in short supply, and can earn more than a family doctor but less than a specialist. Some U.S. regions and major cities can offer better salaries. A psychiatrist can elect additional training...
    By Cyndi Root April 19, 2010 

  • How Much Does A Neurosurgeon Make?

    Surgeons with specialty in the neurovascular system of the human body makes hundreds of thousands of dollars more than most doctors. How much money does a neurosurgeon make? Experience is the greatest factor, as it is in most professions and trades...
    By Cyndi Root April 19, 2010 

  • Facts for Kids on Careers in Health Technology

    Choosing a career path is a challenge for any child, especially during their early school years. The kids of tomorrow may look towards the health care industry as an interesting option for a job. These facts for kids on careers in health technology can...
    By Jason C. Chavis February 21, 2010 

  • Organ Transplant Procurement Coordinator

    This article discusses the job responsibilities of an organ transplant procurement coordinator as well as how to become one and the future of this position.
    By R. Elizabeth C. Kitchen February 18, 2010 
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