Senior Project Leaders of Companion & Clinical Diagnostics Development work at the forefront of Precision Medicine, using data and patient feedback to improve the effectiveness of a medication by tailoring it to a certain person or group. Doris developed her love of nature as a child into a fascination with DNA, and she brings that same curiosity to her work and collaborations.
Find out how well this career lines up with your students’ interests and strengths:
- Thorough research skills are needed for a "big picture" perspective of patient care.
- Knowledge of policy and processes is essential to navigating information and making decisions.
- Strong collaboration and communication is used to work with international team members.
- Leadership is important for making crucial decisions and managing others.
Students can investigate what it takes to become a Senior Project Leader of Companion and Clinical Diagnostic Development by exploring the companion Career Profile, featuring background information about this career, job outlook, and more.