The Master of Science in Clinical Research (MSCR Residential) develops the skills necessary for a successful career as a principal investigator and collaborator in clinical/translational research.

The program emphasizes:

  • study design
  • fundamentals of data analysis and collaboration with methodologists (including biostatisticians)
  • proposal development/grant writing
  • interdisciplinary collaboration
  • project oversight (including patient safety and IRB compliance)
  • presentation of study results
  • professional development

Master of Science in Clinical Research

The Master of Science in Clinical Research (MSCR Residential) develops the skills necessary for a successful career as a principal investigator and collaborator in clinical/translational research.

The program emphasizes:

  • study design
  • fundamentals of data analysis and collaboration with methodologists (including biostatisticians)
  • proposal development/grant writing
  • interdisciplinary collaboration
  • project oversight (including patient safety and IRB compliance)
  • presentation of study results
  • professional development

To learn more, visit sph.unc.edu.

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