The BSc in Biomedical Sciences prepares students for a wide variety of career options, which include medical research and the pharmaceutical industry, in a diagnostic or forensic science context, technology transfer or marketing of biomedical products, integrated with a strong ethical component.
Graduates in Biomedical Sciences will be able to integrate multidisciplinary teams specialized in the design, conception and certification of medical equipment, provide technical assistance and commercial support and support scientific research in the multidisciplinary areas of biomedical sciences and technologies.
Graduates in Biomedical Sciences can work in:
- Biomedical Research Centers and Institutes;
- Medical Instrumentation Companies;
- Pharmaceutical Companies;
- Biotechnology Companies;
- Health Centers and Hospitals;
- Toxicology/rehabilitation centers;
- Institutes of blood, cryopreservation, histocompatibility, forensic medicine and public health laboratories.
They can also work in:
- Animal pathology laboratories (veterinary);
- Research units;
- Companies in the field of clinical diagnosis;
- Administrative services in health systems.