The CCEB advances population health by educating future leaders in clinical research. We offer several programs that are specially geared to various groups within the research community.
Best known is our Masters of Science in Clinical Epidemiology, which equips accomplished clinicians to lead their own formal epidemiological studies. We also offer certificate programs that foster the skills and knowledge clinicians and project managers need to collaborate on proposals and clinical research studies. And we teach undergraduate (pre-doctoral) courses for medical students, who emerge able to critically appraise and apply information from medical literature.
Read about our approach to teaching the master’s in biostatistics and the PhD programs in biostatistics and epidemiology on the website of the Department of Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Informatics (DBEI). Read specifics about these programs on the website of the Graduate Group in Epidemiology and Biostatistics (GGEB).