Bioanalysts analyze biological material such as blood samples, tissue samples, bacterial culture, DNA, cardiac dysfunction and scan. It can be the preparation of, for example, drugs and blood products from donor blood.

The results of the studies are used by doctors so that they can determine what the patient is failing and to keep an eye on whether the treatment works.

The work requires wide professional knowledge and high accuracy. You must be able to make accurate assessments of your analysis results and to use technical devices.

You should also know why the test has been taken and what lies behind the analysis. Finally, you should be good at working with patients and colleagues.
Bioanalysts are doing preventive work – also in research. For example, Bioanalysts participate in nationwide screening for cervical cancer, thus helping to prevent diseases from breaking out.

For example, in the research they are working with the development of new analytical methods.