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Software engineers may often be low profile, but they are behind the scenes pretty much everywhere. From your iPhone to the ATM on the corner to the website of that university you just got accepted to, programmers have their fingers in everything.

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Despite what you seen on shows like House, Grey's Anatomy, or even Scrubs, doctors and nurses don't always have all the answers when it comes to making the best decisions about treatment. That's where medical librarians come in.

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We all know that scientists do a lot of research in the lab to come up with new drugs and treatments for diseases, and we know that doctors use these treatments to treat patients. But what happens in between? Clinical trials!

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Clinical Diagnostics Product Manager stays with new products all the way from the first light bulb moment to the doctor's office where they are needed.

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Nuclear medicine technologists are experts in the practice of nuclear medicine, an exciting area of imaging that uses radionuclides for diagnosis and therapy.

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There is a great deal of training in psychology that is required for a career in social work. We talk to Keith Leung to find out what it's like to be a Youth Counselor.

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Until problems arise with our hearing, we often take this critical sense for granted. Audiologists are experts on hearing difficulties.

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Experts on women's health, Obstetricians/Gynecologists do more than just deliver babies.

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What's involved in looking after the health of the public?

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Scientists at the Toronto Zoo engage in critical research for species protection and conservation. We talk to Gabriela Mastromonaco to find out what being a Reproductive Physiologist at the Zoo is all about.

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