Human Investigations Program applications due July 16

The Human Investigations Program (HIP) trains scientists in the principles of and best practices in clinical and translational research. It offers an integrated clinical and translational education curriculum. Participants can obtain a Certificate in Human Investigations or a Master of Clinical Research degree – and a non-degree track allows enrollment in individual courses.

The curriculum includes a wide variety of requirements and electives that will provide a rich background in human investigation – everything from the basic science of disease to biostatistics to evidence-based medicine and beyond.

The program is based on nationally recognized competencies for clinical and translational research and operates on a policy of inclusion – the basic qualification is any doctoral degree or enrollment in a doctoral program. HIP is open to faculty, clinical and postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students. Applicants should have a doctoral degree or be enrolled in a doctoral degree program within the SoM, SoD or SoN.

Application Deadline: July 16, 2012
The application involves a written portion, letters of support from your department or mentor, and transcripts.  Find out more about the application process.

Sponsors

HIP is supported by the Oregon and Clinical Translational Research Institute (OCTRI) and is sponsored by the School of Medicine, the Portland Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and by various divisions and departments at OHSU. You can find more information about HIP at www.ohsu.edu/hip.

How does HIP fit into translational research education at OHSU? Want to learn more about how HIP fits into the larger effort to support research faculty at OHSU? Check out the fact sheet on Translational Research Education at www.octri.org/researcheducation.

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