Molecular and Cellular Biologist

Average Salary
Degree Requirements
Bachelor's Degree

Ever wondered how DNA was discovered? That was the work of a molecular and cellular biologist! These scientists study cells’ interaction and their diverse functionality to discover what fuels and sustains life. Their research is applied across many areas—including genetically engineering new crops, applying DNA-based technology for animal breeding, addressing environmental health and so much more.

Also known as: Molecular Biology Director, Molecular Biology Professor
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Conduct advanced scientific research related to biology and cellular processes
Collect cellular and molecular data for analysis
Develop concise experiment objectives
Manage laboratory work and oversee experiment execution within a team
Coordinate research efforts across various disciplines
Prepare formal reports and presentations based on findings
Establish and evaluate technical research methods

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