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What is the best undergraduate degree to do if you want to do medical research?
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What is the best undergraduate degree to do if you want to do medical research?
You could study medicine, become a doctor and go into research that way? (That is something that I'm quite interested in).

Or you could study biomedical science, biochemistry, medicinal chemistry etc.

Have a look on university websites and see if you can find any alumni of the courses, see if any are involved in research.
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What is the best undergraduate degree to do if you want to do medical research?
If you want clinical research, medicine is probably your best bet. Pharmacy may be another option, although the clinical research with pharmacy will almost certainly involve medicines management and related issues.

If you want more lab-based, basic science research, then a relevant life science degree may be more appropriate.
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