Other Life Scientists includes jobs like Anatomist, Animal Behaviourist, Neuroscientist, Parasitologist, Pharmacologist (Non-clinical), Physiologist, and Toxicologist.
There are several occupations in this group, which may have varying study pathways.
- Designs and conducts experiments, makes observations and measurements, researches information, analyses data, prepares or supervises the preparation of laboratory reports and scientific papers, presents findings at scientific meetings and conferences, and may supervise the work of staff.
- Studies the forms and structures of parasites and toxins by systematic observation, dissection and microscopic examination.
- Investigates the chemical structure and function of living cells and their isolated components, organs and tissues in humans, animals, plants, and micro-organisms.
- Examines objects of interest and uses the knowledge gained to create and develop new, and improve existing, products, materials and processes.
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