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Postby CXCR4 » Fri Jan 22, 2010 7:33 pm

Hello, Biology-Online I hope everyone is at there full physical strength as well as their mental capabilites. As for me I am doing fine. I just wanted to post a quick topic which focuses on SCIENTISTS but to narrow things down a tap bit I would like to speak about an Army Scientist.

I am a young undergraduate student who as just began to take chemistry in college. I plan to make biochemistry a bachelors major and then move on into Genetics. I have went on to local websites and I have studied quite a bit about the regulations of becoming or at least starting off as an assistant within military research. I mean it does not have to be anything TOP Secret or Crazi. Just medical field work such as Regeneration, or research on cancer, vaccines, or any type of disease, etc.

If any one out there can if me a few pointers to how to stay on track with college and the military, or name any specific programs that will fund me if I reach a certain GPA, or letters or recommendation then that will help a bunch. Perhaps he or she could even name some of the projects that he or she has worked on in the pass, also specific job locations dealing with traveling and the benefits UNCLE SAM provides. IT would be a BLESSING

THANK YOU,
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Postby mith » Fri Jan 22, 2010 8:30 pm

check NIH fellowships and office of naval research's website.
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