Moving to AMICULUM gave me opportunities to expand my horizons
Pin Lu, AMICULUM Access and AMICULUM AsiaI came to the UK after completing my PhD in cell and developmental biology. The transition from being a student in bustling Hong Kong to working as a postdoc in northeast England wasn’t hard; however, the uncertainty...
There aren’t many jobs as entertaining and as fulfilling as this one
Leyna Prince, 7.4I would love to say that I purposefully set out to develop a career in healthcare communications… But it happened by accident (a fortunate one). Like many, I was unaware of the industry when contemplating a next step after university....
If you want to apply your scientific knowledge but keep learning new things, then this could be for you.
Maggie Lai, ComradisI started a career in MedComms rather late in life and have worked in the industry for 2 years now. It was definitely the right move and all I can say is, “why didn’t I do this earlier?”I had forged a reasonably successful career...
Working on publications allows you to be one of the first in the world to see new data
Elin Pyke, Cence A great escape from the lab post-PhD is a very traditional ‘how I got into MedComms’ story. Personally, I realised early in my undergraduate degree that even though I loved learning about science, actually doing the research was a...
A dynamic role that intersects science, the real world and writing
Manca Povsic, AMICULUM AccessI first stumbled across market access when, like PhD students before me, I was faced with the overwhelming realisation that despite spending 4 years working in a research lab, academia just wasn’t for me. I’ve loved science...