UNC / RTI Resources

Centers & Programs

UNC and partner-based centers and programs supporting comparative effectiveness research include:

  • Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research
  • Center for Pharmacoepidemiology
  • Pharmacoepidemiology Research Program
  • Division of Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy (DPOP)
  • Collaborative Studies Coordinating Center
  • RTI International
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CER Resources

UNC / RTI Resources

UNC and partner-based centers and programs supporting comparative effectiveness research

  • Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research
  • Center for Pharmacoepidemiology
  • Pharmacoepidemiology Research Program
  • Division of Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy (DPOP)
  • Collaborative Studies Coordinating Center
  • RTI International

CER-focused seminars and learning opportunities

  • Triangle Comparative Effectiveness Research Symposium
  • Biostatistics Seminar Series
  • Harry Guess Memorial Lecture

Materials from past CER seminars and events


Additional Resources

Additional CER resources for researchers:

Master of Science in Clinical Research

The UNC Department of Epidemiology is one of the world's leading academic departments in epidemiology. Renowned faculty members provide students with training in effective research practices and methods. They also work with students to apply epidemiology research to a variety of health problems here in North Carolina and across the world.

Multiple factors are weighed in admissions decisions. For questions regarding qualifications for the program or for more information, visit: sph.unc.edu.

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