M.S. in Clinical Investigation 24 months Postgraduate Program By University of Utah |Top Universities
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24 monthsProgram duration

Main Subject Area

Medicine Related StudiesMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Medicine Related Studies

Study Level

Masters

The Masters of Science in Clinical Investigation (MSCI) is a new two-year post-graduate training program in clinical investigation with an emphasis on the theories, models, methods, and tools used by investigators who conduct bench-to-bedside and bedside-to-community translational research. The MSCI is funded by a Center for Clinical and Translational Science Award from the National Institutes of Health. The program consists of formal didactic coursework, a longitudinal seminar series, and a mentored clinical research project. Track One: Focus on competencies for bench-to-bedside translation. MDCRC 6200 - Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis MDCRC 6420 - Genetics of Complex Diseases MDCRC 6500 - U2M2 Clinical Rotations MDCRC 6530 - Utilization of Animal Models in the Development of Clinical Research Projects MDCRC 6550 - Med into Grad into the Clinic MDCRC 6800 - Molecular Medicine Research Seminar NEUSC 6250 - Molecular Biology Laboratory Track Two Courses Focus on competencies for bedside-to-community translation, e.g. health services, clinical epidemiology, comparative effectiveness, and patient-centered outcomes research. MDCRC 6110 - Intermediate Epidemiology MDCRC 6120 - Cost-Effectiveness Analysis MDCRC 6130 - Introduction to Decision Analysis MDCRC 6220 - Survey Methods MDCRC 6230 - Health Services Research MDCRC 6270 - Methods in Comparative Effectiveness Research MDCRC 6460 - Community-Based/Patient Centered Research Practices

Program overview

Main Subject

Medicine Related Studies

Study Level

Masters

The Masters of Science in Clinical Investigation (MSCI) is a new two-year post-graduate training program in clinical investigation with an emphasis on the theories, models, methods, and tools used by investigators who conduct bench-to-bedside and bedside-to-community translational research. The MSCI is funded by a Center for Clinical and Translational Science Award from the National Institutes of Health. The program consists of formal didactic coursework, a longitudinal seminar series, and a mentored clinical research project. Track One: Focus on competencies for bench-to-bedside translation. MDCRC 6200 - Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis MDCRC 6420 - Genetics of Complex Diseases MDCRC 6500 - U2M2 Clinical Rotations MDCRC 6530 - Utilization of Animal Models in the Development of Clinical Research Projects MDCRC 6550 - Med into Grad into the Clinic MDCRC 6800 - Molecular Medicine Research Seminar NEUSC 6250 - Molecular Biology Laboratory Track Two Courses Focus on competencies for bedside-to-community translation, e.g. health services, clinical epidemiology, comparative effectiveness, and patient-centered outcomes research. MDCRC 6110 - Intermediate Epidemiology MDCRC 6120 - Cost-Effectiveness Analysis MDCRC 6130 - Introduction to Decision Analysis MDCRC 6220 - Survey Methods MDCRC 6230 - Health Services Research MDCRC 6270 - Methods in Comparative Effectiveness Research MDCRC 6460 - Community-Based/Patient Centered Research Practices

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