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What does it take to become an Embryologist?

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What does it take to become an Embryologist? Embryology is that branch of biology which is concerned with the fertilization of eggs and thus the formation of embryos. Embryologists track fertilization and embryo development and usually work within an embryology lab. Usually, a graduate or post graduate in science with life science as one of the subjects (biology, botany, zoology) can opt to become an embryologist. Even doctors (MBBS, BDS or Ayush) are eligible to become an embryologist. Even graduate and post graduates from the pharma line - B. Pharma, M. Pharma etc. – can also aspire to be embryologists. GGIRHR certificate course in Embryology offers comprehensive training in embryology. The curriculum encompasses instructive, theoretical and practical training in embryology. Some embryologists continue doing PhD after their masters. Bachelor’s degree holders in biomedicine, biology can do a Master’s course. Embryology Course Eligibility: MSc and BSc Graduates in life science DMLT and MLT Diploma holders Doctors – MBBS, BDS, Ayush etc. Healthcare professionals - nurses, scientists, clinical embryologists and geneticists

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