The skills and talents cultivated in PhD training, and the traits inherent to those who navigate training successfully, provide a strong and competitive foundation for any number of careers. Chief among such careers, of course, are those relating to scientific research, in the settings of academia, industry, and government. But others are no less important, nor less well served by PhD training.
We list to the right as links career paths for which a PhD in the biomedical sciences is advantageous. We provide for each path a description of the profession, advantages of an advanced degree, key competencies, on-campus student organizations, first steps, alumni videos, and resources.