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What Can I Do With This Major for Majors in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry

 

Introduction

The MBB Department offers an undergraduate course of study in which traditional and modern biochemistry are integrated with studies in molecular biology. In addition to coursework, all MBB undergraduate majors conduct independent research projects in molecular biology and biochemistry in a laboratory on campus. This course of study prepares students for graduate studies in molecular biology and biochemistry and related fields, entry into professional schools in medicine or other health professions, or employment in industries (e.g., biotechnology, pharmaceuticals) in which molecular biology and biochemistry skills are in demand.The Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry (MBB) has 22 faculty that combine molecular, biochemical, genetic, structural and cell biological approaches to study a diverse array of fundamental biological problems. Current areas of study include understanding the role of chromatin in transcriptional regulation, RNA processing, DNA replication and transposition, protein folding and molecular recognition, circadian rhythm, signal transduction, cell cycle control, cell death and development.


A Sample Of Related Occupations

Agricultural and Food Scientist Hospital Administrator Physicist
Anesthesiologist Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologist and Technician Postsecondary Teacher
Biochemist Medical Doctor Public Health Assistant
Biological Technician Medical Scientist Surgeon
Chemical Technician Natural Science Manager Wildlife Biologist
Chemist Parasitologist Zoologist
Clinical Research Specialist Pharmaceutical Sales Rep .

Types of Employers

  

Private & Nonprofit Organizations
Agricultural and Food Scientist Hospital Administrator Physician
Anesthesiologist Laboratory Supervisor Physician Assistant
Biochemist Medical Doctor Physicist
Biological Technician Medical Instrument Companies Postsecondary Teacher
Biomedical Engineer Medical Scientist Public Health Assistant
Biopharmacuetical Companies Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologist and Technician Research Laboratories
Biotechnology Firms Microbiologist Surgeon
Chemical Technician Natural Science Manager Testing Labs
Chemist Parasitologist Toxicologist
Clinical Research Specialist Pathologist Wildlife Biologist
Energy Firms Pharmaceutical Companies Zoologist
Epidemiologist Pharmaceutical Sales Rep .

  

Government Agencies
Centers for Disease Control Federal Bureau of Investigation Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Chemical Manufactures Food and Drug Administration Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Department of Health and Human Services National Cancer Institute Public Health Service
Drug Enforcement Agency National Institutes of Health Universities

Internships Obtained by Rutgers Students

  

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Jobs Obtained by Rutgers Graduates

  

First Jobs of Recent Graduates - Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
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