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Clinical and Translational Research

The goal of the Master of Science (ScM) degree program in Clinical and Translational Research is to train clinicians and basic scientists to extend basic scientific research into the clinical arena, ultimately leading to improvements in individual and population health.  By translating basic research into improved clinical outcomes, researchers and clinicians are able to provide new treatments to patients more efficiently and quickly.

Full details on the Master of Science in Clinical and Translational Research, including the most up to date list of course requirements, can be found athttps://www.brown.edu/academics/public-health/education-training/masters/clinical-and-translational-research/scm-ctr-core-requirements.  

For more information on admission and program requirements, please visit: http://www.brown.edu/academics/gradschool/programs/biomed-clinical-and-translational-research

Master's in CTR Requirements

Master's in CTR Requirements
Intro to Research Methods (Students must complete one of the following two courses)
Foundations in Epidemiologic Research Methods
Introduction to Methods in Epidemiologic Research
Biostatistics and Applied Data Analysis (Students must complete both of the following courses)
Biostatistics and Applied Data Analysis I
BioStatistics and Data Analysis II
Advanced Research Methods (Students must complete two of the following courses)
Clinical Trials Methodology
Survey Research Methods
Introduction to Evidence-based Medicine
Analysis of Population Based Datasets
Medicare: A Data Based Policy Examination
Scientific Writing (Students must complete the following course)
Research Grant Writing for Public Health
Topics in CTR (Students must enroll in this half credit course two times to fulfill the one credit requirement)
Topics in Clinical, Translational and Health Services Research
Students must complete two CTR electives found at https://www.brown.edu/academics/public-health/education-training/masters/clinical-and-translational-research/scm-ctr-electives

The Certificate in Clinical and Translational Research is designed for trainees who need a more structured and intensive experience than can be obtained from taking one or two courses as a special student, but do not need or are not in a position to pursue the full Master’s Degree.  Students in the Certificate Program in Clinical and Translational Research must complete four courses.   Full details on the Certificate in CTR can be found at https://www.brown.edu/academics/public-health/education-training/masters/clinical-and-translational-research/certificate-clinical-and-translational-research.

Certificate in CTR Course Requirements

Certificate in CTR Course Requirements
Research Methods (Students must complete one of the following courses)
Introduction to Methods in Epidemiologic Research
Foundations in Epidemiologic Research Methods
Research Methods in Behavioral Science
Biostatistics and Applied Data Analysis (Students must complete both of the following courses)
Biostatistics and Applied Data Analysis I
BioStatistics and Data Analysis II
Students must complete one elective from the list found at https://www.brown.edu/academics/public-health/education-training/masters/clinical-and-translational-research/news/2016-11/certificate-electives