Hello I'm currently doing my last year of high school (A-Levels), and after i graduate I plan on studying medicine. In Canada, all med schools require a minimum of 3 years of undergraduate study. This is where I can't really make up my mind, since I would like to pursue a degree in physics before going to med school, but it would obviously be better to study biology or any other of the life sciences so that later on they can assist me with my medical studies. That is if I get accepted to med school. In the case that I don't I wouldn't want to end up with a biology degree and further studies in the field doesn't really interest me. On the contrary to physics, which I enjoy. Therefore, I have considered taking molecular biophysics. Engineering occurred to me, but I was told by a professor at McGill that the program is very demanding and that I'm better off taking something that shares certain similarities with medicine (biology....). Does biophysics have many research opportunities? and jobs? And how about plasma physics? I would really appreciate all your input. thank you.