Drug Discovery & Development and Bioscience Technology magazines asked drug and life science researchers about current practices, trends, and research challenges in cell biology. Their answers and candid comments will be published here and in Drug Discovery & Development magazine.
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Why do you study cells?
The survey respondents work at organizations that engage in significant levels of life science research. The respondents themselves represent both management-level and staff researchers, all involved in cell biology research.
Areas of Interest and Research
Respondent indicated a broad range of research interests, with cell signaling (62%) as the most predominant.
Type Of Organization
Half (53%) the respondents work for public organizations (universities, hospitals, etc.). A third (36%) work for harmaceutical/biopharmaceutical/biotechnology companies.
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