Academic researcher

An academic researcher is a type of researcher associated with a university or medical professional school (e.g., medical school or dental school). In medical research, an academic researcher may have a PhD, MD, or both, or they may have another type of medical, allied health, or social science related degree. Many academic medical researchers, but not all, lead research laboratories, treat patients clinically, and teach and train medical and scientific research students.

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