The Clinical Research MS program addresses the need for highly qualified clinical investigators conducting clinical research. Students in the the program will learn to design, conduct and analyze the results of research projects with human subjects — with the goal of translating findings into better treatments and patient outcomes.
Students will also receive instruction on management and use of clinical research data, publishing and presenting clinical research studies, responsible conduct of research, and biostatistics. Postgraduate applicants holding a terminal degree — MD, DO or MBBS — may be able to transfer up to six credits toward the MS degree. In order to graduate, an original thesis project conducted with a faculty mentor is required.
For more information, please contact the Clinical Research MS program.