Graduate Certificate in Clinical Investigation (CI)

The Graduate Certificate in Clinical Investigation (CI) is a 16-credit certificate program for young investigators committed to pursuing academic careers in clinical research.

  • Students will gain knowledge in the core competencies of clinical research and investigation such as study design, research implementation, statistical approaches, responsible conduct of research, scientific communication and literature critique, leadership, and community engagement.
  • On average, Scholars complete the certificate requirements within one to two years. All coursework must be successfully completed within five years from the start of the first course. Credits cannot be transferred into the program.
  • The evening course format allows for full or part-time enrollment that can accommodate clinical schedules at any point in a career.
  • Three different tracks have been developed for the Certificate: Clinical Investigation, Translational Medicine, Genetics/Genomics.

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