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School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Biomedical Sciences (BMSC)
BMSC
8218
Career Options in the Biomedical Sciences
Careers in Biomedical Sciences
Fall 2017
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Self-Paced
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Daylong seminar in which professionals with PhD degrees in the biomedical sciences present ​descriptions of their positions, provide advice on pursuing various career paths, and provide networking opportunities for PhD students. Potential careers discussed include research in varying settings, policy and program planning, grants administration, and biotechnology issues within intellectual property law.
As a result of completing this course, students will be able to:

1. Define ethics of biomedical scientific investigation
2. List the Three R’s involving the use of animals in research
3. Describe the principles and ethical obligations of students in areas such as authorship, data management, conflicts of interest, and human participant research as expected for scientists in the US.
4. Explain the history and practice of the social responsibilities of scientists and scientists in training
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