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Biochemistry delves into the chemical processes of living organisms. In other words, biochemists apply their knowledge of chemicals and perform different chemical techniques and experiments to decipher biological problems.
People who thrive on finding solutions to problems and are science-minded are a good fit for this profession. One of those people is Bruce Alberts, who grew up reading Sinclair Lewis' "Arrowsmith," a novel about a rags-to-riches American doctor who makes a great scientific discovery. "Everybody in my generation who became a scientist read 'Arrowsmith,'" Alberts laughs. "It provided an idealistic view of what our future could be like as a scientist." However, similar to the protagonist in the novel, Alberts first set out to be a doctor.
Alberts got into Harvard University and started down the premed track. He enjoyed his courses, especially physical chemistry, but he loathed the formulaic laboratory portions that accompanied them. He likened these labs more to cooking classes than to science. But one of those boring labs would forever change the course of his career.
The labs were "not even vaguely interesting," Alberts says, so during his junior year he petitioned the school to get out of all of the course labs. The school administrators rejected his petition, but they said Alberts could switch into a research lab instead. And there, among the doctoral students and post-docs who were performing experiments and completing exciting research, he found his true calling. The summer between his junior and senior year at Harvard, he worked 100-hour weeks in the research lab. And instead of applying to medical schools, he applied to Ph.D. programs.
Today, Alberts' resume could cover just about as many pages as the novel he read as a kid. Alberts' research has centered on "the functions of a set of proteins that form the protein machine that carries out chromosomal replication." He has also taught at Princeton and the University of California-San Francisco. He's co-written several iterations of well-regarded textbooks, including "Molecular Biology of the Cell" and "Essential Cell Biology." He has served as the editor-in-chief of "Science" magazine and as the president of the National Academy of Sciences. He also served as a United States Science Envoy. In 2014, President Obama awarded him the National Medal of Science.
But after all these years of important positions and accolades, his favorite part of his career is finding solutions to problems.
"Like all scientists, I get pleasure out of solving problems," Alberts says. But these days, he's concentrating on getting kids to understand and develop an interest in science. "The chemistry of life is incredibly complex. A living cell is the most amazing thing in the universe," he says. And he hopes that by creating a new curriculum, built on inquiry-based learning, which is basically getting children to ask questions of the world and answer them on their own, kids too will see the wonder and magic of science.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 6.3 percent employment growth for biochemists between 2018 and 2028. In that period, an estimated 1,900 jobs should open up.
Former UT walk-on linebacker recalls juggling band practice, and biochemistry – San Antonio Express-News
AUSTIN Some nights, Shawn Izadi never made it out of the Moncrief-Neuhaus Athletic Center.
Hed pack sheets and pillows, workout gear for the morning training session, and prepare to sleep on a couch inside the complex attached to Royal-Memorial Stadium.
Study sessions for the walk-on linebacker-slash-Longhorn Band saxophonist-slash-biochemistry major might stretch to 1:30 a.m. Those evenings, hed glance at the clock with weary eyes and calculate how much time remained before the morning alarm blared about three and a half hours.
I would just maximize every minute instead of having to walk back home and walk back to Moncrief, Izadi said. I was like, I could save myself 30, 40 minutes, get some sleep and be ready to go in the morning.
By his own admission, Izadi was truly a crazy person.
The Coppell native and 2014 UT graduate didnt originally plan to play football for Mack Brown. Izadi gave up the game as a high school sophomore. Chosen as the bands drum major going into his junior year, he decided to pour his extracurricular efforts into that and abandon a game he still loved.
By spring of his sophomore year, Izadi got an idea. Even with band duties and one of UTs most demanding majors consuming time, he missed the game.
I thought, you know, if Im going to play for any team, it might as well be the best team in the country, Izadi said. The first time I tried out I didnt take myself seriously. I really wasnt prepared from a conditioning standpoint, weight training standpoint. I was just a band nerd at that time. And so of course that ended exactly the way you think its gonna end.
Izadis first tryout was a disaster. The result remains seared into his memory body depleted, corpse-like, crumpled up in a pile of sweat and vomit. Drained of everything save his will to try again.
He went out again the following fall. Better this time, but not enough.
Izadi still hadnt reached his breaking point by the time spring tryouts commenced in 2012. By then, the strength and conditioning staff recognized the face. They could hardly believe the biochem band nerd was back for more punishment.
They were like, Again? Are we gonna have to kill him for a third time? Izadi quipped. And luckily I was in pretty good shape. I wasnt keeling over. And gladly they saw something to take a chance on me.
Still upright and breathing after the third try, Izadi found his name listed among the new walk-ons on a sign posted outside Moncrief. That day felt like a dream.
He floated through the athletic center, in awe of the memorabilia on display, the legends commemorated on plaques and busts. Izadi was part of it now.
I saw my name, and I almost didnt believe it, Izadi confessed. I was like, Is this correct? Because I wasnt expecting I was just naturally you know, keeping my expectations low. This is gonna sound cheesy, but I actually teared up a little bit.
The team gave Izadi a locker next to Jordan Hicks, a high school All-American who went on to win Super Bowl LII as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles. So the saxophonist and future medical student set up shop next to the 2015 NFL draft pick who now plays for the Arizona Cardinals.
About two hours after he was accepted to the Texas football team, Izadi had to scramble to get over to band practice. Somehow, over the next two years, he managed the juggling act.
Izadi suited up for home games and traveled with the band for road trips. He never missed practice for either.
In fact, Brown and the rest of the staff had no idea one of their players was pulling double duty until they traveled to the Cotton Bowl in October 2013 for the Red River Showdown.
We were marching in and Coach Brown looked at me, Izadi recalled. He was like, Is that Shawn? The entire coaching staff is like, Shawn Azadi, whats he doing with a saxophone and a Stetson cowboy hat on?
They just literally went haywire on the sidelines. I think that was actually probably the greatest part for me.
Izadi never appeared in a game. Didnt matter. The experience, the grind and the battle to earn his helmet, was enough.
After graduating he spent a year working at Irvings Abbott Laboratories then returned to football in 2015 as a graduate assistant and coaching intern at North Texas. Brown helped him secure the gig.
All the while, he was waiting on an acceptance letter from University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) School of Medicine.
Its really interesting because looking back it I dont even know if at that time I really had direction, Izadi said. But I knew that I loved football. I knew that I loved medicine. I knew that I wanted to be in one of those fields.
Good news arrived during the season. Izadi enrolled at UTRGV in July 2016 and graduated this spring.
Next week, hell move out to Portland, Ore., to begin training at Oregon Health and Science University for general surgery. It could last five to seven years, two more if Izadi opts to become either a pediatric surgeon or a trauma critical care surgeon.
To most, that sounds like a nightmare. For Izadi, its simply another challenge.
Once I set my mind toward something, Izadi said, Im not going to quit until I get it.
Will MBA after Bcom improve my career prospects?
Q. What are my career options if I pursue MCom instead of MBA after completing BCom?
A. While an MBA is a professional, job-oriented PG programme in management, an MCom is somewhat more academic & theoretical in content and approach.
After completing your MCom, the main avenues open to you those in Teaching, Accounting & Audit, Taxation, Finance, and Banking.
By adding a BEd to your MCom youll be eligible to teach Commerce at the Plus II level. And if you clear the NET exam, you can even teach at the college level.
MCom graduates can find suitable openings in financial research and analysis, taxation, stock market, insurance, financial planning and advisory, banking, financial services sales in all kinds of financial product and service providers besides those in accounting, financial processing/modeling and documentation as well as in KPOs.
You can sit for general competitive entrance exams such as the Civil Services or State Selection Commission. Your MCom qualification will also allow you to take the selection exams for the Income Tax, Customs and Excise Departments, Comptroller & Auditor General, Bank Probationary Officers.
Which subject combinations are available with maths in Class XI?
Q. I am in Class X. I am confused about choosing a subject next year. I want to pursue maths, but I do not know which other subjects I can take along with it. Can you help me with this?
A. There are three streams in which you can take maths:
Career opportunities are truly wide and varied for anyone who has a talent and passion for mathematics. No wonder its called the queen of sciences!
Whats more, mathematics is not just for mathematicians. The skills you develop while studying for a math degree such as the ability to think logically as well as in abstraction find valuable and multifaceted applications in virtually every walk of life.
Some of the areas where number-crunchers are particularly valued are in: investment banking, insurance companies (Actuaries), taxation, engineering consulting, medical research, bioinformatics, computer science, computer security, data science and Big data, defense, operations research, market research (specifically quantitative) and media planning.
Going places with BSc biochem
Q. I had PCB in Class XII, but I am not very hopeful of clearing the NEET. I am interested in joining BSc biochemistry in DU. Apart from research and lectureship, what other career options can I go for?
A. Though personally I think you should give NEET a shot and have a positive attitude about your performance, it is good that you have a plan B in place. And it is a good plan as biochemists are playing an increasingly significant role in biological, environmental and clinical fields, with employment areas stretching from health care to agriculture. Biochemical analysis is used in clinical and forensic science (e.g. DNA fingerprinting) and in the food and pharmaceutical industries. Growth areas, where recruitment is intense, include biotechnology and bioinformatics.
Employment prospects for Biochemists with a master's degree are on the rise. While some go on to pursue research and further study, the rest find employment in industry, Pharma, education and related areas.
Of course, you are free to look at other options in life sciences and healthcare industry or anything else for that matter at the PG level. All the best!
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The global veterinary point-of-care diagnostics market size is projected to reach USD 2.4 billion by 2025 from USD 1.4 billion in 2019, at a CAGR of…
NEW YORK, May 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The global veterinary point-of-care diagnostics market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 8.9% during the forecast year.
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The global veterinary point-of-care diagnostics market size is projected to reach USD 2.4 billion by 2025 from USD 1.4 billion in 2019, at a CAGR of 8.9%. The increasing prevalence of zoonotic diseases among companion and livestock animals and the growing need for rapid disease detection are the major factors driving the growth of this market. However, the high cost of veterinary imaging instruments is expected to restrain market growth to a certain extent.
The consumables segment dominates the veterinary point-of-care diagnostics market." Based on product, the veterinary point-of-care diagnostics market is segmented into consumables and instruments. Consumables accounted for the largest market share in 2018. The large share of the consumables segment can be attributed to the increasing demand for the rapid detection of diseases, the growing prevalence of animal zoonotic diseases, and growth in the companion animal population worldwide. This segment is also expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period.
By technology, the clinical biochemistry segment accounted for the largest share of the veterinary point-of-care diagnostics market in 2018. On the basis of technology, the veterinary point-of-care diagnostic kits & analyzers market has been segmented into immunodiagnostics, clinical biochemistry, hematology, urinalysis, molecular diagnostics, and other technologies.The clinical biochemistry segment accounted for the largest share of the veterinary point-of-care diagnostic kits & analyzers market in 2018.
The higher preference for advanced clinical diagnostic products by veterinarians and pet owners and the wide applications of this technology are contributing to the large share of this market.
The Asia Pacific market to witness the highest growth during the forecast period. The Asia Pacific market is expected to witness the highest growth during the forecast period, primarily due to the rapidly increasing animal population, growing adoption of veterinary diagnostic products, and rising demand for animal-derived food products.
Breakdown of primary participants is as mentioned below: By Company Type: Tier 1: 35%, Tier 2: 40%, and Tier 3: 25% By Designation: C-level: 35%, Director-level: 25%, and Others: 40% By Region: North America: 35%, Europe: 30%, Asia Pacific: 15%, Middle East and Africa: 10%, and Latin America: 10%
Prominent players in the veterinary point-of-care diagnostics market are Zoetis, Inc. (US), IDEXX Laboratories, Inc. (US), Heska Corporation (US), Virbac (France), Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc. (US), Eurolyser Diagnostica GmbH (Austria), Woodley Equipment Company (UK), Randox Laboratories Ltd. (UK), AniPOC, Ltd. (UK), Carestream Health, Inc. (a part of ONEX Corporation) (Canada), NeuroLogica Corporation (a part of Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.) (South Korea), and FUJIFILM SonoSite (a part of FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation) (Japan).
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