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As you want to get the details of career after PhD in Microbiology so here is the information of the same for you:

Few job profiles: -
Biomedical scientists
Mycologists
Protozoologists
Biochemist
Biotechnologist
Analysts
Microbiologists
Cell Biologists
Geneticists
Immunologists
Parasitologists
Science Writer
Teachers
Virologists

Some Employment Areas: -
Laboratories
Private Hospitals
Research Organizations
Universities
Pharmaceutical Industries
Food Industry
Beverage Industry
Chemical Industries
Environmental Agencies
Agriculture Department

Pay Package:
Initially the salary for a fresher in this field starts from Rs12,000 to Rs20,000 per month. For professionals who are working in pharmaceutical industry or biotech labs can draw a salary in between Rs15,000 to Rs25,000 per month.
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Hello Friend myself Deeraj, tell me that what are the career prospects after completing PhD in Microbiology, provide me the information in detail……
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Old October 1st, 2015, 05:42 PM
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Hello Dheeraj, as you for the career prospects after completing PhD in Microbiology, so on your demand I am providing you the information…
There are many career opportunities after PhD in Microbiology. Some of them are

Medical Microbiologists:

Scientist in these areas perform research on vaccines, antiserums and products of biological origin.

Public Health Microbiologist:
It is clearly related to medical microbiology. Public health micro-biologist tries to control the spread of communicable diseases.

Bacteriologists :
Work in the field of bacteriology and study bacteria.

Agricultural Microbiologist:
Agricultural microbiologists study plant diseases, the role of micro-organisms in soil fertility and spoilage of farm products.

Industrial Microbiologists:
Industrial microbiologists work with industries producing products like alcoholic beverages, amino acids, citric acids, etc. with the help of micro-organisms.

Marine Microbiologists:
Marine microbiologists deals with the micro-organisms present in the ocean.They deals with the micro-organisms present in the ocean.

Environmental Microbiologists :
They work in the field of environmental science and study microbial processes in the environment

Mycologists :
The Scientist work in the field of mycology and study fungi.

Protozoologists :
They work in the field of protozoology and study protists.

Immunologists :
Investigate the body's defense against disease. to answer basic questions about bacterial growth, metabolism, diversity and evolution.

Parasitologists :
Investigate the complex life cycles of and adaptations made by organisms which depend on other organisms for survival.

Biochemist : They discover and teach us how organisms obtain energy, consume nutrients and reproduce.

Teachers :
Educate students about the usefulness and uniqueness of microorganisms.

Virologists :
Study viruses and bacteriophages. Virologists are interested in how viruses change and are always on the alert for new types.
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I am going to do PhD in microbiology, so tell me the career option after PhD in microbiology?
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Old October 28th, 2015, 02:02 PM
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The PhD program of the department is designed to provide the Ph.D. candidate with the tools required for a research career. The research activities of the faculty span a broad range of sub-disciplines and utilize cellular, biochemical, and molecular approaches to study current problems in microbiology and immunology.
The career opportunities to choose from as a microbiologist will depend on the level of education and training you learn. Some of the career options available to microbiologists are as follows:

Medical Microbiologists
Public Health Microbiologist
Bacteriologists
Agricultural Microbiologist
Industrial Microbiologists
Marine Microbiologists
Environmental Microbiologists
Food Microbiologist
Mycologists
Protozoologists
Immunologists
Parasitologists
Biochemist
Biotechnologist
Teachers
Virologist
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