About the Pharma & Medical Network community
Pharma & Medical Network is a Linkedin Group for Med School Students and Biotech with roughly 604K members. It uses a forum format for communication.
In their own words
This group is a professional network for the pharmaceutical, biotech and medical sector. It is the largest group on LinkedIn for this sector, focused on industry discussions, career and business opportunities, relevant news, jobs, and events. We connect professionals at all levels within pharmaceuticals, healthcare, biotechnology, medical devices and academia.
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on redditA community for nursing students and nurses who love students.
on redditThe original subreddit for discussing all things related to medical school. Bringing premeds, med students, and residents together!
on redditReddit's home for wholesome discussion related to pre-medical studies.
Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
on linkedinCome join our group today if you are interested in computational biology and data science and management. We aim to exchange information, knowledge, new developments and ideas in the field of computational biology and data science. We want to grow a community that can help each other out.
on linkedinNews, Community, Didactics on Research, Biotech, Medicine and Molecular Biology. MolecularLab has several targets: Supplying with the latest relevant news and discoveries in biotech, medical and molecular fields; Developing the creation of a community, allowing encounters and cultural exchanges between researchers, teachers and companies; Deepening molecular biology techniques and cellular technologies with a tutorial section for the university environment, enriched with videos and interactive animations.
on facebookThis is the group for everyone who loves biological science. Posts focused on medicine, chemistry etc. might not be approved unless they relate directly to bioscience. Questions on human anatomy make up the bulk of the submissions and few are likely to be approved; this is to encourage diverse stories about biology, especially in non-human systems. Undergraduate and graduates unite in discussion!