Medical scientists investigate human diseases to make better human health. Most medical scientists perform biomedical investigation and development to expand knowledge of life processes and living organisms, as well as viruses, bacteria, and other infectious agents.
Past investigation has resulted in advances in diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of many illnesses.
Basic medical investigation continues to make the foundation for new vaccines, drugs, and treatment procedures.
Medical scientists appoint in laboratory investigation, clinical search, technical writing, drug application review, and related activities. Some try to recognize changes in cells or in chromosomes that signal the advance of medical problems.