Biomedical Scientists earn an average salary of or £29,777 or £21.25 per hour, with up to £2,000 in bonus.
Pay by Experience Level for Biomedical Scientists
- The entry-level, years of experience and the average salary for Biomedical Scientists are as follow:
- Entry-level Biomedical Scientists with less than one-year experience earns £23,944 (bonus, overtime pay, and tips are included).
- Early-career Biomedical Scientists with 1-4 years of experience can expect to earn £25,808.
- Mid-career Biomedical Scientists with 5-9 years of experience will pocket £31,398.
- Experienced Biomedical Scientists with 10-19 years of experience will make £35,095.
- Late career Biomedical Scientists with more than twenty years’ experience can look forward to a total average of £39,257 compensation.
Essential Skills for Biomedical Scientists
Microbiology, Quality Assurance / Quality Control, Molecular Biology, Problem Solving, and Test Automation are some of the most popular skills for Biomedical Scientists.
How Become a Biomedical Scientist?
You don’t necessarily need a bachelor’s degree to become a Biomedical Scientist, but an advanced study in Biomedical Sciences, which takes at least four years of research, two years of additional training (usually between 2-6 years) and a final Ph.D. (sometimes called the Master’s) qualification. These subjects are Biomedical Science, Genetics and Microbiology, Engineering, and Mental Health.
What Do Biomedical Scientists Do?
A biological Scientist is a highly skilled physician, investigator, researcher, and/or engineer. They create and develop new knowledge and therapies to treat, prevent, and prevent disease.
For instance, a biomedical Scientist may have a role in, for example genomics, immunology, physiology, biophysics, biochemistry, genetics, physiology and/or genetics, and genomics research. They may work in research centers, research laboratories, universities, university hospitals, research organizations, etc.