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Clinical Research Methodology Curriculum

The Clinical Research Methodology Curriculum (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. It is conducted at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center to promote greater flexibility for trainees from across the CTSC partner institutes. The CRMC curriculum allow participants to either enroll in the entire program or audit specific components that address self-identified educational needs.

The Clinical Research Methodology Curriculum is currently accepting applications for the 2021-2022 academic year. The application deadline has been extended to 5:00pm, on Friday, AUGUST 27, 2021.

Clinical Research Methodology One-Day SymposiumMulti-Session Clinical Research WorkshopsWeb Courses (Self-Paced)
Module 1: (September 20, 2021) Conducting Clinical Investigations in the Modern Era: Ethical Conduct, Regulations Involving Human Subject Research, Data Management, Reporting Responsibilities, and Institutional and Cooperative Group Oversight Biostatistics in Clinical Research (Winter 2022)Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Requirements for Researchers in Medicine; Human Subjects Research
Module 2: (October 18, 2021) Clinical Trials Design: Phase O, I, II, III Trials, Integrating Biological Correlates Clinical Epidemiology (Spring 2022)
Module 3: (November 22, 2021) Drug and Medical Device Development: From Pre-Clinical Testing to FDA Approval Protocol Development Workshop (Spring 2022)
Module 4: (December 13 2021) Clinical Research in Outcomes Analysis, Psychometric Measurements, Clinical Genetics, Biological Markers, Early Detection, Epidemiology, and Chemoprevention Grant Writing Workshop (TBD)

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