The Clinical Research Methodology Curriculum (CRMC) is conducted at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center to promote greater flexibility for trainees from across the CTSC partner institutes. The CRMC is a one-year clinical research methodology for investigators with clinical research experience seeking to obtain up-to-date knowledge in the field of clinical research. The curriculum allow participants to either enroll in the entire program or audit specific components that address self-identified educational needs.
|Clinical Research Methodology One-Day Symposium||Multi-Session Clinical Research Workshops||Web Courses|
|Module 1 - Ethical Conduct, Regulations Involving Human Subjects Research, Data Management, Reporting Responsibilities, Conflict of Interest, Institutional Oversight||Grantsman Workshop for Fellows and Junior Faculty (8 weeks, mornings)||HIPAA Requirement for Researchers in Medicine|
|Module 2 - Clinical Trials: Trial Designs, Correlative Sciences, Ethical Considerations, Regulatory Oversight||Biostatistics in Clinical Research (7 weeks, evenings||Human Subjects Research|
|Module 3 - Drug and Medical Device Development: From Pre-Clinical Testing to FDA Approval||Clinical Epidemiology (3 weeks, afternoons)|
|Module 4 - Clinical Research in Outcomes Measurement and Analysis, Biological Markers, Early Detection Epidemiology, and Chemoprevention||Protocol Writing Workshop (4 weeks, evenings)|