The Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research program combines knowledge from biostatistics, epidemiology, and study design with training in ethical, legal, and regulatory issues in patient-oriented research. Upon completion of the Certificate Program, individuals will achieve basic competency in the following domains:
- Formulation of Clinical Research Questions
- Literature Critique
- Study Design
- Analytic Methods
- Research Ethics
Who should apply?
The Certificate program provides foundational training in clinical research methods to those individuals who are seeking an alternative to the Master of Science Program in Clinical Research. It is geared towards clinicians (physicians, nurses, dentists, pharmacists, etc.) and other health-science professionals who are interested in conducting clinical research or collaborating with other clinician-scientists who conduct clinical research. This program is also beneficial to health-science students, basic-science researchers and other health science professionals who would like to enhance their skills in patient-oriented research.
Population and Quantitative Health Sciences
Case Western Reserve University
10900 Euclid Ave.
Wood Building, Room WG 74A
Cleveland, OH 44106-4945