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One Year Advanced Certificate Program in Clinical & Translational Investigation
The learning objective of the Advanced Certificate program in Clinical Investigation is to provide a core curriculum of coursework in clinical investigation. The curriculum, which includes a structured series of lectures, interactive seminars and workshops of basic required courses, is enriched with state-of-the-art quarterly lectures by invited speakers, Journal Club, Students' Research-in-Progress conferences, and informal luncheons between students and mentors. Upon successful completion of the first year's core didactic program, a trainee will receive an Advanced Certificate in Clinical Investigation.
We encourage applications from physicians, PhDs, nurses, and other health professionals with an interest and commitment to clinical research, who desire a strong foundation of knowledge and skills in clinical investigation.
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The Clinical Research Methodology Curriculum (CRMC)
The CRMC is a one year fundamental core of didactic lectures, interactive seminars, web-based programs, and workshops necessary for the training of future clinical investigators dedicated to academic careers in biomedical research. The curriculum is conducted simultaneously with specialty or subspecialty clinical research training overseen by each fellow's mentor and training program. In addition to MSKCC faculty, the curriculum includes state-of-the-art seminars presented by outside speakers on related subjects in clinical research education. All participating faculty are experts in their respective fields and have distinguished records of accomplishment. For further information, please email email@example.com.
The deadline for the 2013-2014 enrollment period has passed.