As a cure creator you're in the business of saving lives. You could work in the field of biochemical engineering, along with other types of engineers, solving problems that affect people, animals or plants. You could be researching and developing cancer treatments and vaccinations or making foods more nutritious.
Biochemical engineers translate exciting discoveries in life sciences into materials and processes that improve human health and well-being. These include cleaner fuels, new medicines and healthier food and drink products.
Toxicologists look at the impact of toxic materials and radiation on the environment and on human and animal health. They carry out laboratory and field studies and can work in many different areas including clinical, forensic, industrial and pharmaceutical.
Cancer researchers, also known as oncology research scientists, work to discover new and more effective ways to prevent and treat all kinds of cancer.