biomedical scientist

Description

Biomedical scientists perform all laboratory methods required as part of medical examination, treatment and research activities, particularly clinical-chemical, haematological, immuno-haematological, histological, cytological, microbiological, parasitological, mycological, serological and radiological tests. They perform analytical sample testing and report the results to the medical staff for further diagnosis. Biomedical Scientists may apply these methods in particular in the infection, blood or cellular sciences.

Alternative label

  • blood bank technology specialist

  • medical laboratory scientist

  • clinical laboratory technologist

  • researcher in biomedical science

  • clinical laboratory scientist

  • analyst in biomedical science

  • biomedical analyst

  • biomedical doctor

  • clinical embryologist

  • scientist in biomedicine

  • practitioner in biomedical science

  • biomedical researcher

  • medical scientist

Regulatory aspect

To see if and how this occupation is regulated in EU Member States, EEA countries or Switzerland please consult the Regulated Professions Database of the Commission. Regulated Professions Database: http://ec.europa.eu/growth/single-market/services/free-movement-professionals/qualifications-recognition_en

Hierarchy

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Essential skills and competences

Essential Knowledge

Optional skills and competences

Optional Knowledge

Status

released

Concept URI

http://data.europa.eu/esco/occupation/2e8820ba-5b2d-4572-92a1-942dbd02a6d6