Searching for advice on the following debacle. I’m an initial year graduate student in a Biochem & biophysics PhD program. The very first year consists of rotations through various labs so that we can pick a topic/work environment that suits us throughout the program (which i am eternally pleased for). I am wondering how this particular choice may play into a long term career in the biotech/pharma industry. Essentially I’m wondering if the work i actually do during my degree will force me personally to do similar work after graduating. I am interested in a wide range of subjects plus instrumentation methods and would detest to become so specialized i have simply no hope of branching off directly into new fields once my educational career closes out. Is this a legitimate concern? Or should i simply select the lab I’m happiest in to ensure that i don’t burn out once shit will get real. Thanks!
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