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Master's in Clinical & Translational Research Info Session

Date Wed, Apr 14
Time 1: 00 PM - 1: 30 PM
Location Zoom


Join this info session to learn more about the Georgetown University Master's in Clinical and Translation Research.

What will I learn during the session?

Program staff will provide an overview of the Master's in Clinical and Translational Research Program, including the admissions process, careers in Clinical and Translational Research, and other frequently asked questions.

Program Highlights:

  • Online/synchronous classes
  • Expert Faculty
  • Afternoon and evening classes
  • No GRE required
  • Areas of concentration

Why a Master's in Clinical & Translational Research?

Our program offers coursework that prepares graduates for careers as clinical faculty in academic medical centers; as investigators in the pharmaceutical or medical device industries; as employees of clinical research organizations or federal agencies, or to support oversight roles within academic organizations or directorship of accredited specialty/subspecialty training programs.

Contact: ghuccts.education@georgetown.edu

Upcoming Events
This Windows into Translation (WiT) seminar features Karl M. Thompson, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Microbiology, Howard University. Dr. Thompson discusses "Functional Genomics to Discover Novel Protein Functions in S. Aureus".
Apr 23
The topic for the first day of the conference on Friday, April 23, 2021, is “Moving Swiftly to Combat the COVID-19 Global Health Crisis”. Dr. David Diemert from The George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences is our keynote speaker. Following the keynote speaker, we will facilitate panel discussions with local experts on vaccine research and rollout, diverse participant recruitment efforts, and the various regulatory issues related to human subject COVID-19 research.
Apr 27
Learning from History: Safely Moving Women's Health Forward  Apr 27, 2021  6: 00 PM - 7: 00 PM  Zoom
GHUCCTS in the (Virtual) Community aims to promote clinical research awareness, diversity in research, and community-engaged research through virtual outreach efforts that will be held monthly. Our April session will cover "Learning from History: Safely Moving Women's Health Forward".
The topic for the second day of the conference on Friday, April 30, 2021, is “Beyond COVID-19: Challenges & Lessons Learned during a Pandemic”. Our keynote speaker is Dr. Stephen Hansen with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Following the keynote speaker, our panelists will explore the challenges faced by researchers during the pandemic, offering lessons learned to move clinical and translational science forward as we emerge from this experience
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