Graduate Certificate - Human Medicine Research - Graduate Certificate

Program:
Human Medicine Research - Graduate Certificate
Program Code:
2864 Human Medicine Research
Program Level:
Graduate Certification
Award Type:
Graduate Certificate Program
Start Term:
US20
College:
College of Human Medicine
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College of Human Medicine

Human Medicine Research - Graduate Certificate


The Graduate Certificate in Human Medicine Research trains students to possess a special set of knowledge, skills and abilities enabling them to become productive researchers during medical school. Students will engage in rigorous, long-term research experience resulting in high-impact outcomes, positioning them for admittance to research-intensive residency programs and competitiveness for future research funding.  The graduate certificate is available to students currently enrolled in the Professional Program in Human Medicine leading to the Doctor of Medicine degree.

Admission

To be considered for admission to the Graduate Certificate in Human Medicine Research, an applicant must:
  1. Be enrolled in the Professional Program in Human Medicine leading to the Doctor of Medicine degree.
  2. Submit a university application.
Students will be chosen for the certificate program through a process outlined and managed by the Research Certificate Selection Committee.

Requirements for the Graduate Certificate in Human Medicine Research

The student must: 
1. Complete 20 hours of Research Online Modules/Quizzes
2. Complete 80 hours of Introduction to Biostatistics Intersession through enrollment in HM 553, HM 554, or HM 556 during their professional program requirements.
3. Attend five enrichment activities as directed by the program director.
4. Complete 6 to 10 weeks of full-time research activities or its equivalent.
a. Presentation at a regional or national conference is required.
b. Manuscript for publication wll be submitted to certificate advisory committee, however publishing of manuscript is not required due to time constraints.
5. Complete 40 hours of research community involvement as approved by the program director.
6. Complete 12 credits of HM 691 Research Clerkship.