Standard Occupational Classification (SOC): Chemists
Chemists in healthcare work in a variety of settings, including pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, and research institutions, to apply their knowledge of chemistry to solve problems related to healthcare. They may be involved in the development of new drugs and medical devices, the analysis of chemical compounds in the body or in medical samples, or the study of biochemical processes in the body.
Chemists in healthcare may also work in quality control and regulatory affairs, ensuring that drugs and medical devices meet the necessary standards for safety and effectiveness. They may also be involved in the production of drugs and medical devices, ensuring that they are manufactured consistently and in accordance with good manufacturing practices.
To become a chemist in healthcare, individuals typically need to have a strong background in chemistry and a bachelor’s or graduate degree in the field. Some positions may also require experience in research or in the healthcare industry.
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