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ADDRESSING THE NATION'S CHANGING NEEDS FOR BIOMEDICAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENTISTS Appendix E Classification of Ph.D. Fields BASIC BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES Anatomy Bacteriology Biochemistry Biological Immunology Biological Sciences, General Biological Sciences, Other Biomedical Engineering Biomedical Sciences Biophysics Biotechnology Research Cell Biology Developmental Biology/Embryology Endocrinology Genetics, Human and Animal Medicinal/Pharmaceutical Chemistry Microbiology Molecular Biology Neuroscience Nutritional Sciences Parasitology Pathology, Human and Animal Pharmacology, Human and Animal Physiology Toxicology Veterinary Medicine Zoology CLINICAL SCIENCES Biometrics and Biostatistics Environmental Health Epidemiology Exercise Physiology/Science Health Sciences, General Health Sciences, Other Health Systems/Services Administration Nursing Pharmacy Public Health Rehabilitation/Therapeutic Services BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES Anthropology Audiology and Speech Pathology Demography/Population Studies Sociology
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ADDRESSING THE NATION'S CHANGING NEEDS FOR BIOMEDICAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENTISTS Psychology Cognitive and Psycholinguistics Comparative Developmental and Child Educational Experimental Industrial and Organizational Personality Psychology, General Psychology, Other Psychometrics Physiological/Psychobiology Quantitative Social NOTE: These are fields in which Ph.D.s are awarded, as classified by the Survey of Earned Doctorates, the annual census of doctoral recipients from U.S. universities that has been conducted from 1920 to the present. The same field names are used in the Survey of Doctoral Recipients, the biennial workforce survey of U.S. science and engineering Ph.D.s. Analyses of Ph.D. production and the employment patterns of biomedical, behavioral, and clinical scientists conducted for this report also incorporated field names comparable to those identified here but no longer in use (e.g., the combined field of microbiology and bacteriology, which was eliminated in 1983 and replaced by the two distinct fields listed above).
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