From treating cancer patients to cutting edge research on the effects of mobile phone use, Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering applied to medicine covers a whole range of subjects which require specialist knowledge and training.
People come into this career from a number of backgrounds and for a number of reasons. It is an extremely varied area to work in, but don't take our word for it - here is what some of our members say:
"it allows you to to combine science and academic skills with benefitting patients"
"It is an extremely interesting and varied job"
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Careers in healthcare as a Clinical Scientist or Clinical technologist in an engineering specialism
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