Pharmaceutical

Industry

The pharmaceutical industry deals with the research, development, and production of drugs. Pharmaceuticals are developed to be administered to patients to alleviate symptoms, vaccinate, or cure diseases. 

Government

Physiology careers in government can be very similar to those in the private sector, but within governmental organizations such as the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Sports Physiology

The study of how exercise alters the function and structure of the body, and how we can optimize the body's function to perform in athletics.

Health Care

Here you’ll find the latest health career information and tools to
guide you as you prepare for a future in health care.

Public Heath

Public health combats disease and fosters health from the global and community levels. By focusing on bioinformatics, epidemiology, health care access, and medical ethics, public health officials work to create systems that provide for the optimal health and well-being of all.

Biotechnology

The biotechnology industry encompasses the research, development, and distribution of a wide variety of biological innovations including drug development, DNA technologies (recombinant DNA, genome editing, etc.), personalized medicine, AI, biofuels, biotracking devices, and much more. Careers in this field can range from research, to sales, to venture capital. 

Medical Devices

The medical device industry is responsible for the production of a wide variety of products relating to medicine and health including surgical gloves, artificial joints, biomedical imaging devices, hospital equipment, and much more.

Non-Profit

Non-profits, or non-business entities, aim to provide funding and support for a social cause or an underserved group. Many non-profits operate in the realm of health and science.

Webpage by: David Posawatz

December, 2018