GMS 7093 Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research
July 6-20, 2018
2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Lecture (offered at no cost)
4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Small Group Research Experience (tuition payment required; 2 graduate credit hours)
Location: UF Harrell Center (HMEB), Room 125 (located on Newell Drive between the McKnight Brain Institute and the Health Professions, Nursing and Pharmacy (HPNP) Building)
See the course outline for details on the schedule, topics and presenters.
Enrollment is free unless this course is being taken for graduate credit. If desired, participants can register for 2 graduate credit hours, which requires a tuition payment and participation in the small group research experience.
The lecture portion of this course is available to individuals on all campuses. Please register for the class for access to live streaming.
Registration (Required) – Summer B (July 2-August 10)
- GMS 7093 – (section 411H) (for credit – students) Registration begins June 29, 2018
- The registration deadline for credit is June 29, 2018, 5 p.m. Registration for graduate credit requires tuition payment for two (2) graduate credit hours and participation in the small group experience from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. each class day. Students can send registration requests to email@example.com (include UFID).
- Non-credit Registration through MyTraining: Register here! This will not be recorded on your UF transcript, but will be a part of your MyTraining learning record. After successful completion, you will receive a certificate.
- The registration deadline for non-credit participants is June 29, 2018.
This course is offered by the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute to UF Health Science Center junior faculty, fellows, Ph.D. students and others interested in patient-oriented research careers.
It is a highly interactive series of 11 sessions led by leading faculty in the UF Health Science Center. It includes basic elements of study design, database design and management, health center resources, regulatory issues, and biostatistical considerations.
The course also includes practical, interactive small-group sessions to develop an interdisciplinary protocol. Individuals wishing to participate in the small group research experience must register for graduate credit.
We ask that clinical fellows who attend this course be relieved of all clinical duties during each session.