Clinical Laboratory Science Career and Employment Links
Please contact Mike Pagel to report dead links or sites that you would like added to this list. Thank you!
- A science job search engine in all areas of science including, but
not limited to: biochemistry, biotechnology, bioinformatics, biophysics,
botany, cell biology, developmental biology, ecology, environmental
science, genetics, medicine, microbiology, and zoology.
Wisconsin Health Careers Information Center
- A description of many health-related occupations. Includes explanations of typical duties, education requirements, methods for entering the profession, salary, employment outlook, levels of patient interaction, etc.
Northeast Association of Advisors for the Health Professions
- Go to the "NEAAHP Advisor's Resource Guide" for information about
Medical School applications, interviews, testing, costs, overseas
Medical Colleges, and related information. Go to the "Links to Health
Professions Websites" for a page that, in turn, will get you to career
information for a wide range of health-related occupations, entrance
test information and "Other Resources" Be sure to check out "Other
Resources" for accessing reports reviewing Medical School Admission
Interviews, a list of Acronyms, and other goodies!
The Interactive Medical Student Lounge
- For Dental, Medical, Osteopathic, Podiatric, or Pre-Med students.
Information on admission, financial aid, career options, residencies,
and a host of other topics pertinent to current and aspiring medical
- Bio Online: Biotechnology / Pharmaceutical Research / Health Sciences
- Describing itself as "the most comprehensive and highly trafficked
web resource for life sciences", this site offers a "Career Center" that
includes a collection of career management articles, a Career
Discussion Forum, a resume posting service, and the opportunity to
search job postings. Jobs are updated daily.
- A service of the Monsterboard, one of the Internet's "megasites" for
jobs. Post your resume, review job postings, research companies, and
read articles containing advice pertinent to your job search.
Be sure to check out the "Big Board" sites on the web that list
opportunities in a wide array of occupations. UWSP's Career Services web
site has a page that lists many of the "Big Job Boards". You should also register with Career Services if you have not already done so!
Updated August 20, 2012