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Careers in Biotechnology - List of various options
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(02-08-2017, 02:50 PM)maheshmd Wrote: Is there any enterance exam for clinical research to get seats in best colleges
These days, a lot of private companies offer 6 month courses in clinical research which often land you in a related job. There are a couple in Bangalore (some are associated with Biocon). In fact Biocon academy itself is a good option.
Sunil Nagpal
MS(Research) Scholar, IIT Delhi (Alumnus)
Advisor for the Biotech Students portal (BiotechStudents.com)
Computational Researcher in BioSciences at a leading MNC


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#14
Hi All,

I am Ph.D in plant molecular biology and I am searching for job in Bangalore from couple of months but still no luck. is it difficult to get a job if you are Ph.D?

I have contacted almost all the companies and education sectors. Submitted my resume on their website but never received a reply from them.

Can any one suggest anything what would be the right approach to contact?

Best Regards,
Asmita Gupta
#15
Hi,

I am looking for Biotechnology Graduate/Post Graduate for Technical Officer(Key Accounts) For Bangalore/Hyderabad.

Please find below the details of Job Profile.

*The Role will have focus working with Biotech companies to sell products and to generate new business to achieve assign targets.
*Responsible for entire sales cycle starting from lead identification, proposal & presentations, techno-commercial negotiations and order closures.
*Initiate cold calls to prospects within the assigned region.
*Initiation of Customers retention measures by building on customer relations.
*Collect references from existing customers and create a customer pool for new business development.
*Responsible to timely cater customer queries
*Keeping a close watch on competitors & defining strategies to hold the market share.
*Managing Key Accounts.
*Responsible to establish new products in the market with the existing or new clients.


Interested Candidate can apply at Hr@biogenuix.com.

Regards
Neetu Gupta
#16
(10-10-2012, 12:21 PM)Charles Wrote: Other popular profiles, some with very decent salaries too..

1. Bioinformatician
2. Biomedical Engineer
3. Biotechnology Laboratory Technician
4. Biotechnology Research Associate
5. Clinical Research Associate
6. Crime Lab Technician
7. Quality Control Analyst
8. Quality Control Engineer
9. Senior Research Scientist
10. Validation Technician
11. Biotechnology / Pharmaceutical Sales

I have spent over 12+ years in graduate education and working in companies across US and India. In my opinion, after an undergraduate degree in biotechnology, I think there are plenty of opportunities to go after that most students/faculty oversee. Most faculty in biotechnology think that, the next steps after an undergraduate degree is to go for Phd/Msc. I strongly disagree with this.
In addition to courses such as Master`s/Phd in
  • Biotechnology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Pharmacology etc…
I would suggest you to also look at the following options…
  • Patent Agent/Lawyer/Attorney (Biotech + Legal Experience/Degree)

  • Management (Biotech + Experience + Good MBA Degree)

  • Biomedical/Biomechanical Engineer ((Biotech + Experience/Degree in Bio related Product Engineering)

  • Bioprocess Engineer (Biotech + Experience/Specialization in downstream processing). This area has lot of potential.

  • Clinical Research Related Jobs (Biotech + Experience/Specialization in Clinical Trials)

  • Clinical Data Analysts (Biotech + Experience/Specialization in SAS/R/SPSS)

  • Bioinformatics (Biotech + Specialization in Bioinformatics)

  • Sales & Marketing-Biomedical Equipments/Assays (Biotech + Experience in Sales

  • and there are many more…..
Also with good experience you can also look at entrepreneurship as an option. There are lot of funding available from the Indian Government to promote biotech startups.

If you have any questions, you can reach out to me anytime
  

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