Information Sessions

Join us for our online information sessions. You can gain insight into each of our Master's programs, learn about research or internship opportunities, and ask program directors any questions about the curriculum or the CWRU learning environment. These sessions are held regularly through Zoom, which is easy to download. We start with a short presentation and then open up to Q&A. 

If you cannot join us at the given time for the live session, please register anyway, so we can send you a link to the webinar replays.

Biomedical & Health Informatics

Biomedical & Health Informatics encompasses everything from biomedical research to clinical care informatics, with applications to health care delivery, precision medicine, accountable care organizations, and population health.   

If you missed our recent Biomedical & Health Informatics webinar, you can watch the recorded session here.

Next Information Session:

MS in Biomedical & Health Informatics Information Session

June 19, 7:30pm EDT

Biostatistics and Epidemiology 

Learn more about how you can join health systems, academic/research organizations, and biotech companies in solving pressing challenges in contemporary research and care.

If you missed our recent Biostatistics and Epidemiology webinar, you can watch the recorded session here.

Next Information Session:

MS in Biostatistics Information Session

June 26, 7:30-8:30pm EDT

Public Health

Our Public Health program prepares professionals who are dedicated to improving the health of individuals, communities and whole populations – regionally and around the world. Our alumni pursue careers in direct service, public policy, community-based clinical care or healthy choice campaigns.

If you missed our recent Master of Public Health webinar, you can watch the recorded session here.

Next Information Session:

Master of Public Health Program Webinar

July 12, 12:00-1:00pm EDT

Clinical Research

Training through the Clinical Research program prepares graduates to identify a research question and critically evaluate relevant literature; transform the question into a feasible and valid study design; develop and execute the study protocol; and analyze and effectively communicate the findings.

If you missed our recent Clinical Research webinar, you can watch the recorded session here.