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Virologists are qualified physicians who specialize in the study of viruses and their effect on humans, animals, plants and insects in agricultural, community, clinical and natural environments. Most virologists split their time between laboratory research and teaching. They work in pharmaceutical companies, universities and healthcare facilities.
Virologists need to completed advanced education. After completing 4 to 6 years in medical school, they then complete a Ph.D. in virology, immunology, molecular virology or viral oncology. Many states require virologists to be licensed. Critical thinking, observation and problem solving skills are crucial attributes for this role along with a strong interest in research and lab work. Virologists must also know how to use advanced medical and scientific software. Continued education is an important aspect of this career as virologists must stay updated on new virus strains as well as advancements in medicine and technology that are relevant to their field.
Prospective employers will ask you questions that will help them determine your level of interest in virology-related research. Be prepared to answer questions on why you chose this particular field and what makes you a good fit for this role? What are your strengths and weaknesses as a virologist? How do you intend to overcome your weaknesses? Check out more mock interview questions so you can be better prepared for your upcoming virologist interview.