By planning and conducting important clinical investigations into the origin and diagnosis of diseases, your vital work as a clinical research scientist will enable doctors to provide more effective treatments for patients.
In this predominantly lab-based role, you’ll research cell samples or human volunteers to develop new drugs and enhance existing ones.
Clinical research scientists primarily work in research institutes, universities, and hospitals. However, it’s also possible to find work at a government organization or pharmaceutical firm.
With three decades’ experience of sourcing top talent for science organizations, SRG’s growing STEM network will help you unlock the next stage in your career as a clinical research scientist.
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