Janice L. Gabrilove, M.D.
The Clinical/Translational Research Training Programs of The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences are designed to foster the development of future leaders in patient oriented research.
The Graduate Programs in Clinical Research are intended to encourage the development of critical thinking necessary to conduct innovative hypothesis driven, independent and collaborative clinical/translational scientific research, in an effort to improve patient care and the wellbeing of society. In particular, we hope to enhance the research opportunities of clinical scientists as well as enhance the ability of basic scientists to better position themselves to translate the promise of their respective discoveries into the clinical arena, in a meaningful way with significant impact.
A rigorous curricular foundation designed to promote an in depth understanding of research methodologies and processes essential to translating the promise of scientific discovery into solving problems of disease is central to these educational initiatives, and forms the basis of our Certificate Program, Masters of Science in Clinical Research, and Ph.D. in Clinical Research.
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