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    Hello there people, I was wondering if anyone can tell me what being a researcher in biomedical scientist consist of opposed to that of being a biomedical lab scientist? I foolishly failed to go to the Manchester uni open day ... so can anyone help me out? Much appreciated 👌🏽👌🏽
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    (Original post by plower)
    Hello there people, I was wondering if anyone can tell me what being a researcher in biomedical scientist consist of opposed to that of being a biomedical lab scientist? I foolishly failed to go to the Manchester uni open day ... so can anyone help me out? Much appreciated 👌🏽👌🏽
    Do an IBMS accredited Biomedical Science course. Non-accredited is pointless and accredited has no downsides. There's no point doing BSc Healthcare Science if you want to go down the research route so doing an IBMS accredited course that does not involve HCPC registration is the best bet, which is most BSc Biomedical Science courses.
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    (Original post by TraineeBMS)
    Do an IBMS accredited Biomedical Science course. Non-accredited is pointless and accredited has no downsides. There's no point doing BSc Healthcare Science if you want to go down the research route so doing an IBMS accredited course that does not involve HCPC registration is the best bet, which is most BSc Biomedical Science courses.
    Thanks for your reply! I understand what you're saying but I actually wanted to know what does it mean to be a researcher for biomed?
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    I would like to know this too.
    I went to Manchester open day in the summer I told that the Biomed course isn't IBMS accredited
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    (Original post by plower)
    Thanks for your reply! I understand what you're saying but I actually wanted to know what does it mean to be a researcher for biomed?
    If you want to research then it's just a generic degree which you can go into most research with.
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    If you're only interested in research then whether a course is accredited or not doesn't matter. You will need a masters if not a PhD though.
 
 
 
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