Senior Scientists in Development are responsible for getting innovative biotech medications from idea to manufacturing, ensuring that any risks to humans have been identified. Danielle’s perseverance and expert knowledge of Chemistry enable her to overcome challenges in the manufacturing process and turn failures into personal improvements.
Find out how well this career lines up with your students’ interests and strengths:
- Strong communication and collaborative skills are essential for a smooth production process.
- Trade skills support STEM problem-solving within the biotech pipeline.
- Personal connection to their work drives biotech professionals to innovate with purpose.
- Self-reflection enables collaborators to turn failures into improvements.
Students can investigate what it takes to become a Development Scientist by exploring the companion Career Profile, featuring background information about this career, job outlook, and more.