Epidemiololgy

Molecular Epidemiology Track

Our Molecular Epidemiology Track allows you to focus on the contribution of genetic and environmental factors and your role in health and disease. Below is a complete listing of the Year 1 and Year 2 requirements if you follow this track within the PhD in Clinical Research program.

Year 1

Course Number

Course Title

Credits

Fall MPH0800

Introduction to Advanced biostatistics

3

Fall CLR0700

Professionalism and Ethical Issues in Clinical Research

2

Fall TBD

Genetic Biology

3

     

Spring I MPH0812

Applied Linear Models I

3

Spring I MPH0400

Introduction to Epidemiology

3

Spring 2 MPH0822

Applied Linear Models II

3

Spring 2 CLR0501

Computational Tools for Clinical Research

3

Spring 2 BSR2107

Bioinformatics

2

Spring 2 CLR0011

Grant Writing

1

 

Total Required Credits (Year 1)

23

 Year 2

 

 

Fall CLR0017

Clinical & Translational Research Journal Club & Seminar Series

1

Fall MPH0412

Epidemiology II

3

Fall CLR0012

Integrative Problem Solving in Clinical and Translational Research

1

     

Spring 1 CLR0018

Clinical & Translational Research Journal Club & Seminar Series

1

Spring 1 CLR0014 

Integrative Problem Solving in Clinical and Translational Research (Registration includes Spring 2; Students will not have to register in Spring 2)

1

Spring 1 MPH0420

Epidemiology III

3

Spring 2 CLR0810

Genetic Epidemiology 

3

Spring 2 CLR0421

Molecular Epidemiology 

3

Spring 2 CLR0019

Clinical & Translational Research Journal Club & Seminar Series

1

Spring 2

Integrative Problem Solving in Clinical and Translational Research (do not need to register for the course this term)

 

 

Total Required Credits (Year 2)

17

 

Year 3 and Beyond

You must register for a minimum of 20 dissertation credits to complete Doctoral Thesis for Clinical Research (CLR0020). In addition, you may choose to register for three additional dissertation credits or three extra credits in an elective.