Master of Science in Clinical Research

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Clinical research includes investigating mechanisms of disease, health interventions, clinical trials, technological development, epidemiological and behavioral studies, outcomes and health services research and the translation of these findings into practice.

The MS-CR program provides students with formal training in clinical research, biostatistics, and epidemiology that will allow clinical scholars to enhance their current research skills. The degree is a 33-credit hour program with the student's thesis serving as the culminating project.

Graduates from the Master of Science in Clinical Research (MS-CR) serve in a wide variety of fields, including clinical medicine, research, education, disease surveillance and academic settings. The University of Kansas MS-CR degree is designed to provide clinical scholars with a strong foundation in patient-oriented research principles and methods.

Kansas City

Theresa Shireman, Ph.D., RPh
Executive Director

For information, contact:
Laura Mussulman, MPH, MA
913-945-7835

Wichita

Frank Dong, Ph.D., MS
Site Director

For information, contact:
Melissa Armstrong, MA
316-293-2693

Last modified: Apr 08, 2014
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Kansas City

Theresa Shireman, Ph.D., RPh
Executive Director

For information, contact:
Laura Mussulman, MPH, MA
913-945-7835


Wichita

Frank Dong, Ph.D., MS
Site Director

For information, contact:
Melissa Armstrong, MA
316-293-2693

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