Medical Scientists conduct medical laboratory tests to assist in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease.
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- preparing tissue sections for microscopic examination
- examining and analysing samples to study the effects of microbial infections
- analysing samples of body tissue and fluids to develop techniques to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases
- advising Medical Practitioners on the interpretation of tests and methods for use in the diagnosis and treatment of disease
- setting up the steps and rules of laboratory medical testing
- operating and maintaining laboratory equipment
- maintaining laboratory quality assurance and safety standards
- preparing scientific papers and reports
- Medical Laboratory Scientist
- Hospital Scientist
- Medical Scientific Officer
- Bachelor of Science (Medical Science)
- Bachelor of Medical Science
- Bachelor of Health and Medical Sciences
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