Senior Clinical Research Fellowships
NIDDK has developed a new, mentored clinical research training program whose goal is to endow specialty/subspecialty fellows with the fundamental skills and investigational tools necessary for successful careers in patient-oriented research.
The three-year program is built on a solid foundation of the NIH-Duke University Clinical Research Program that offers didactic courses in research design and management, statistical analysis, and bioethics. There is also direct, hands-on practical experience in clinical investigation through an individualized research project as part of the thesis requirement. The combined course of study ultimately leads to the awarding of a Masters Degree in Clinical Research.
Senior Clinical Research Fellowships are tailored to physician-scientists who have already completed two-three years of specialty training in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Surgery, Pathology, or Radiology or subspecialty training in either Adult or Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism, Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Nephrology, or Hematology and are, therefore, Board-certified or Board-eligible.
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