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Graduate Training Programs in Clinical Investigation

Graduate Training Programs in Clinical Investigation

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The Science of Clinical Investigation Training Program (SOCI) is now available online!

Congratulations to our faculty who continue to earn recognition for outstanding course evaluations for course content and teaching!

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The Graduate Training Programs in Clinical Investigation (GTPCI) are the first of their kind.

A joint venture between the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, GTPCI trains clinicians to be more effective clinical scientists.

Participants gain the skills necessary to design and conduct clinical investigations of emerging medical treatments and technologies, and to apply new diagnostic techniques and approaches to the study of human pathophysiology.

We work mostly with faculty, postdoctoral fellows and other allied health professionals working with human subjects in clinical investigation.

Our graduates pursue careers in academia, and as independent clinical investigators at pharmaceutical firms and federal regulatory agencies.

Doctor of Philosophy
Doctor of Philosophy

The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Clinical Investigation is designed for candidates who currently hold a postdoctoral fellowship or junior faculty appointment within a Johns Hopkins School of Medicine clinical department.

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Master of Health Science
Master of Health Science

The Master of Health Science (MHS) in Clinical Investigation is a one-year, non-research requiring degree. To apply, it is not necessary for MHS candidates to have an appointment within the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions.

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Advanced Training
Training Program

The Science of Clinical Investigation Training Program is an opportunity for clinical scientists to enhance their theoretical and practical skills in design, implementation and interpretation of data from clinical investigations.

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