|Comprehensive opportunities for postgraduate clinical & translational education.||Postgraduate Education in C/T Science Program|
This 40-week course offers a comprehensive introduction to biostatistics in medical research. The course includes a review of the most common techniques in the field, as well as the manner in which these techniques are applied in standard statistical software.
A multi-year initiative that supports investigators in the process of transitioning from K awards to R01 grants.
This one-week survey course offers an introduction to the skills, principles and foundations necessary to embark on a career in clinical research.
This four-day course offers to college undergraduates an overview of clinical/translational research and the myriad ways we apply biomedical research to the improvement of human health.
This two-week course gives attendees a rich foundation in the experience of bringing an idea from the laboratory to first-in-human trials (T1).
A series of courses focused on translational investigators' development as researchers, including particular topics, tools, and techniques useful in advancing research careers.
The courses combine didactics and small-group discussion by research training faculty in fulfillment of RCR recommendations from the National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health.
This three-day course offers an introduction to a rapidly emerging field that integrates systems biology and network science.
Through a searchable online catalog, the Advanced Curriculum Compendium offers clinical investigators educational opportunities to learn new methods or update existing clinical investigative skills from courses, seminars, and lectures offered at Harvard schools and affiliated academic health care centers.
A dynamic video catalog of past courses, seminars, and lectures sponsored by Harvard Catalyst.
This guide features a series of tips and tools that will assist investigators seeking grant funding from federal, foundation, and corporate sources.
Provides eligible Harvard junior faculty with support to pursue rigorous training in clinical and translational research, which will foster the development of their independent research careers.
Supported by a grant from the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health and offered by a consortium of leading informatics laboratories at Harvard, MIT, Boston University, and Tufts, this is a two-year, Master in Medical Science degree program that enables individuals to acquire a level of knowledge and skills in competency areas necessary for biomedical informatics research.
A 60-credit Master of Science program in applied biostatistics offered by the Harvard School of Public Health, which is designed to prepare students for applied research positions in hospitals and universities, research organizations, and the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.
The Harvard School of Public Health and Brigham and Women's Hospital offer a summer program in clinical effectiveness that is completed in three consecutive summers and is available to targeted individuals in two concentrations, Quantitative Methods and Clinical Effectiveness.
The Postgraduate Education Program in Clinical and Translational Science increases the pipeline of clinical researchers through clearly articulated educational pathways across the T1-T4 spectrum. Understanding the fluid, bidirectional nature of clinical and translational research, the Postgraduate Education Program, in collaboration with Harvard-affiliated institutions, offers a full range of seminars, lectures, workshops, nanocourses, and courses to assist researchers in customizing their training throughout their careers. With a specific focus on fellows and junior faculty, the program:
The Postgraduate Education Program works closely with the Undergraduate and Graduate Education Program in Clinical and Translational Science to enhance and integrate clinical and translational research education across the training spectrum from undergraduate to senior faculty, ensuring integrated career development and mentoring for all clinical and translational research trainees, and providing mentorship for junior faculty.
Senior leadership discusses Harvard's new vision at the inaugural Kantoff-Sang lecture.