In response to the National Institutes of Health’s urgent call to improve biomedical research, Case Western Reserve University offers a full slate of formal training programs in clinical research and translational science.
The Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research program combines knowledge from biostatistics, epidemiology and study design with training in ethical, legal and regulatory issues to provide foundational knowledge in patient-oriented research.
The Clinical Research Scholars Program (CRSP) offers two flexible master's programs—a Thesis pathway A and a Capstone pathway—that provide health-related professionals with a rigorous, didactic education coupled with a mentored learning experience in clinical research methods.
The PhD in Clinical Translational Science program trains and graduates scientists to meet the need for a transformed clinical and translational enterprise.
The Clinical Research Fellow option allows for a special audit of CRSP 401 Introduction to Clinical Research for fellows and residents.