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Advice Life Science Researcher to technical consultancy

 
#1 Advice Life Science Researcher to technical consultancy
03/06/2017 19:13

robothormones

Hey,

I'm a life-science researcher with a few years of experience working on the wetlab research and engineering side of product development at a small now closed start-up, i have since gone on to do a technical masters in computational biology. I have decided against doing a PhD and instead work in the significantly faster paced consulting industry.

I would like to know how the consulting opportunities in life-sciences outside healthcare are like.. more in agriculture, genetic engineering, CRISPR, machine learning in life-sciences etc. To this end, i'm trying to understand the share of the presence of the Big4 in these areas, and which other boutique firms are well known.

I also would like to know if I should include my GRE/GMAT scores on my Resume, and how much of detail i should include about my academic research etc.

Could you also suggest some key questions/factors to consider while speaking to Boutique consultancy firms?

Thanks

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