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 Master of Science in Clinical Research (MSCR) Program
The Master of Science in Clinical Research (MSCR) Graduate Program is designed to develop physician scientists interested in clinical research or biomedical informatics to:

  • Design and conduct clinical research (clinical trials and observational studies)
  • Successfully compete for funding (e.g., foundation grants, NIH K23, or R01's in clinical research)
  • Analyze data and interpret research results
  • Present research at scientific meetings and in the medical literature
  • Critique and interpret the research of others   

This MSCR graduate program is offered by the Department of Computational Medicine in the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. It is typically a two-year program, including the requirement of a research thesis or capstone project, for those with career aspirations in academic medicine. The MSCR Program has a Clinical Research/Clinical Trials Track option and a Biomedical Informatics Track option. Tuition source is required.
Visit MS in Clinical Research for complete admission requirements and further program/application details.

Applications are accepted December 1 to April 1 for the academic year beginning in Sept/Oct (Fall Quarter).
More TPTS program information: Masters Programs and Certificate 

Email: training@ctsi.ucla.edu