Bioinformatics specialists are in high demand in both academia and industry. Moreover, salaries are higher in bioinformatics than other fields in science. The responsibilities of a bioinformatician include data analysis, software development, project support, and computational infrastructure support. If you complete a BSc. in Bioinformatics at Langara, this degree will allow you to pursue a career as a Bioinformatician, Biostatistician or Data Scientist to name a few.
The sectors in which bioinformatics trainees are in high demand include but are not limited to:
Life sciences research
Natural resources and agriculture
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BC is becoming a bioinformatics activity hub and bioinformatics specialists are in high demand all over the lower mainland. Moreover, salaries are higher in bioinformatics than other fields in science.