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This course will provide a broad understanding of Clinical Research definition, methodology, conduct and applications. The course will explore basic elements of clinical research including the hierarchy of clinical trials, clinical trial design, clinical trial conduct, and safety surveillance. Application of clinical trial knowledge to specific medical practice issues will also be explored.

Clinical research is a branch of medical science that determines the safety and effectiveness of medications, devices, diagnostic products, and treatment regimens intended for human use. It is also concerned with investigating the influence of population and biological diversity as well as disease states on responses to treatment. The results of clinical research studies (especially clinical trials) are essential for gaining approval for marketing new medications and devices or new indications of existing products from regulatory agencies throughout the world.  
The objective of our training program is to prepare students for distinguished careers in clinical research. Graduates of this program are expected to play a wide variety of roles in the clinical research and the drug development process. Clinical research has emerged as a multidisciplinary enterprise that requires a highly trained team of scientists and clinical investigators serving a variety of functions. This novel program, developed through the efforts of a group of  veteran managers who have many years of experience with International Pharmaceutical Companies so that our students will be provided with experiential training necessary for the development of diverse careers as clinical research professionals in Contract Research Organizations (CROs), pharmaceutical companies, government agencies or academia. The growing demand for high-quality Clinical Research Associates (Monitors) and study coordinators suggests that students from this program will receive excellent employment opportunities immediately following graduation.  






















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