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Click on the flower on the top left to return to this page. There is a short link to this page: !

To start your exploration:

  • First, look at the pages of the CSC (Career Services Center) and the many offers for seminars and advice that they have.
  • Then look at our pages here, which contain additional information for life sciences students.
  • To get you interested, this figure (from EMBO Reports 3 (2002), p. 906) shows what you can be with a molecular life sciences degree:

Resources for all situations:

Internship Resources:

Graduate School Resources:

Medical School Resources:

PhD Resources:

For later:

On Science as a Career:

  • "How to succeed in Science: a concise guide for young biomedical scientists." Two excellent articles (part 1, part 2) that briefly explain what a career in (academic) life science is like. A similar book, more in detail, is "Who wants to be a Scientist?" by Nancy Rothwell. See the books section.
  • The Peoples Archive: the life stories of some of the great scientists

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If you feel like giving back and contributing, please update your page in the Life Sciences Alumni Space and those of others you know. Thank you!

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