The Clinical Research Education Program at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City offers exceptional training in clinical and translational research. Our goal is to provide training in patient-oriented clinical and translational research (didactic and experiential).
Having trained more than 100 outstanding candidates for successful careers in clinical/translational research, we offer programs that prepare individuals to be active facilitators in team science.
Online Information Sessions: The Clinical Research Education Program is currently accepting applications for the PhD, MS, and certificate programs for the Fall 2016 semester. Those interested in learning more can attend one of the two interactive online information sessions to learn more about the program, curriculum, and admission criteria. Participants will also learn how an advanced degree in Clinical Research will prepare them for leadership roles in translational science and medicine, and find out how to better compete for academic and professional opportunities. To RSVP, visit https://mssm.wufoo.com/forms/ms-in-clinical-research-information-sessions/
For more information or to speak to a program representative, call 212-824-7014 or email email@example.com.
The Clinical Research Education Program is supported in part by Conduits, the Institutes for Translational Sciences, and funded by award number UL1RR029887 from the National Center for Research Resources.
Why Choose a Career in Clinical Translational Research?
Clinical and translational science (and the pursuit of patient oriented research) is an entrepreneurial field that bridges the realm of basic research and the discipline of clinical medicine and population health in an effort to develop new, innovative solutions and treatments for human disease. The field of clinical translational research is broad, encompassing interventional clinical trials, outcomes and implementation research, health care delivery, clinical epidemiology, and behavioral research, offering a wealth of opportunities for contributing to the well being of society. The field is viewed by many important and influential funding, policy and research organizations including the National Institutes of Health, the Institute of Medicine, and the American Society of Clinical Investigation, as uniquely central to the critical mission of improving human health.