Wright State student researcher Christina Davis will participate in an exchange program in Singapore
Christina Davis, a biochemistry and molecular biology major, works as a research assistant at the Air Force Research Laboratory.
You will study life processes ranging from individual molecules to the whole organism in the biochemistry and molecular biology program. You will develop active learning, teamwork, critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and communication skills. Prepare for a career in medicine and healthcare, drug manufacturing and design, agriculture, forensic science (crime lab science), academic/industrial research and development, and scientific writing. You can work in industry, academic, medical, or government research labs or continue your studies in the health professions. Pursue a Bachelor of Science or Master of Science degree.