What kind of degree will I need to do medical research? Not be a physician, but research medicines, illnesses, human body, etc.. biology/chemistry/medical education?
What kind of degree will I need to do medical/clinical research? Not be a physician, but research medicines, illnesses, human body, etc..the people who learn how diseases work and how to cure them...the people who create medicines etc.. biology/chemistry/medical education?
Their many option available for you as Shan suggested you also. You can also go for Sonography Programs and <a href="http://www.ultrasoundschoolsu.com">Ultrasound Programs</a>. These programs are highly demanding one in current trend. Diagnostic medical sonographers use high frequency sounds waves to produce images under the direction of physician to help diagnose injury or disease. Sonographers can also be called ultrasonographers. Those who specialize in obstetrics are also known as ultrasound technicians and ultrasound technologists.
Medical Research is a broad term, and can include a number of academic areas. What I would suggest is that you start off your search by deciding which area of medical research you are interested in, and then find a degree, such as botany, psychiatry, mathematics, and kinesiology, that would be best fitting for the area of medical research you are interested in.
Here is a link to a list of online articles that are focused on aiding individuals in making the difficult choice of which degree program would best suit their needs - Choosing Your Online Degree
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