The advanced certificate in analytic epidemiology is designed to provide individuals with the knowledge and tools to assess and understand health-related information as encountered in their professional or personal lives.
Biomedical Data Science
The advanced certificate in biomedical data science prepares researchers to conduct insightful, applied “big data” analytics for health services, clinical, and public health research.
The advanced certificate in clinical/medical technology program prepares students for professional careers in clinical laboratory science. Students will complete both didactic and clinical experiences (preceptorships) at the University of Rochester Medical Center. Instructors include NYS licensed Clinical Laboratory Technologists and clinical faculty from the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.
Clinical Research Methods
The advanced certificate in clinical research methods is designed to provide researchers and other interested individuals with a practical understanding of quantitative research methods
Health Services Research
The advanced certificate in health services research is designed to give individuals the knowledge and tools needed to evaluate the effectiveness of health services programs and policies.
The advanced certificate in public health is designed to provide individuals with knowledge and understanding of the key elements of public health practice.
The advanced certificate in regulatory science is a multidisciplinary, cross-departmental graduate credential administered by the Department of Public Health Sciences (PHS) designed to produce a cadre of highly trained professionals able to contribute to the development of new medical interventions by enhancing the innovation, efficiency, and quality of the medical product development pipeline.
Trial-Based Clinical Research
The advanced certificate in trial-based clinical research is designed to give individuals the knowledge and tools needed to conduct clinical research trials.
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Close interaction with faculty that will provide you with invaluable individual attention and mentoring.
Interdisciplinary programs and a research opportunity that is progressively independent. A welcoming learning community where you will find great friends and future colleagues.
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