Certificate in the Fundamentals of Clinical Research
Certificate options include a Capstone Certificate for non-degree seeking students, a Professional Certificate for students currently enrolled in professional degree programs (PharmD, MD, DVM, etc.) and a Graduate Certificate for students currently enrolled in a graduate program (Masters or PhD).
The objective of the Fundamentals of Clinical Research certificate program in clinical research methodology is to provide formalized training and a practicum in research design and statistical analysis for professionals in health care, biotechnology, and in the pharmaceutical industry.
To conduct clinical studies adequately, it is necessary to understand the principles of research design and statistical analysis. With the increasing complexities in clinical research, it is imperative that clinical researchers receive a minimum training in clinical research methods.
Important note: The Capstone Certificate in the Fundamentals of Clinical Research is not open to international students.
- Certificate Course Requirements and Descriptions
- Capstone Certificate Admission Requirements and Application Process
- Professional and Graduate Certificate Admission Requirements and Application Process
For further information on the Certificate in the Fundamentals of Clinical Research, please contact:
Sally Wedde, Education Programs Administrator
ICTR Research Education and Career Development (REC), at Rec-Educationhslc [dot] wisc [dot] edu.
Certificate in Type 2 Translational Research
The Certificate in Type 2 Translational Research addresses a well-documented gap in what should be a continuum between basic health and medical research discoveries, and the application of those discoveries in clinical and public health practice. This certificate focuses on the development of skills to engage successfully in community engagement and research.
Details about this certificate are available on the Certificate in Type 2 Translational Research pages.
For further information please contact:
Sharon Schumacher, ICTR Outreach Specialist
scschumache2wisc [dot] edu or (608) 262-1415.