Question by Nibras R: What kind of computing degree is required for getting into Scientific Research in Life and Chemical sciences?
I was talking to a counselor and I said I want to get a degree in Medicine together with a degree in IT.
What counselor said was this was a bad idea and IT and Medicine doesn’t go hand in hand.
But, actually I want to get into Medical Research and I was talking about the type of computing that is used in these environments in which case my combination would be good.
My question is, is there’s another name for the type of computer stuff used in Medical Research and Development?
I mean all those systems which can carry out experiments gather results and present a report. And, then, all those simulation software which simulate and predict the behavior of chemicals and then the virtual reality simulation for surgeons and etc…
What kind of computing background is required to create such systems?
Is it Information Technology or Information Systems or Computer Engineering? And, what topics should I look for in the course contents?
Yup. Didn’t give the exact kind of answer I’m looking for.
Answer by ruth
Did you try wikipedia or google?
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