Master of Science in Clinical Investigation (MSCI) program application deadline is Feb. 28
The Master of Science in Clinical Investigation program trains investigators in the techniques and processes utilized in patient-oriented research.
This program provides direct, mentored experience in clinical investigation and, through didactic work, provides trainees with a strong foundation in study design, biostatistics, biomedical ethics, clinical pharmacology, human genetics and assay methods. The program typically takes two years to complete. Graduates successfully compete for grants such as the K-23, Clinical Associate Physician Award, R0-1 and major foundation grants.
The application deadline for fall 2013 is Thursday, Feb. 28.
More information is available at the Master of Science in Clinical Investigation program website or from Arnita King, MSCI, Interdisciplinary Program coordinator.