Drexel University (est. 1891) is one of the nation's premier academic and research institutions. Drexel's College of Medicine represents the union of two of the oldest medical colleges in the United States: the Medical College of Pennsylvania (formerly Women's Medical College founded in 1850) and Hahnemann University (founded in 1848).
Drexel University College of Medicine is one of the largest private medical schools in the country. The College of Medicine is pleased to offer graduate level programs addressing the urgent need for formal training in clinical research administration and development.
Master of Science in Clinical Research Organization and Management
Drexel's Master of Science in Clinical Research Organization and Management offers training to research professionals from diverse backgrounds, including: physicians, clinical fellows, clinical research coordinators, regulatory affairs staff, physician assistants, other clinicians and individuals involved in clinical research organizations and more.
Master of Science in Clinical Research for Health Professionals
The Master of Science in Clinical Research for Health Professionals is designed for health professionals interested in pursing careers in clinical research. Coursework from the Clinical Research Organization and Management program is combined with mentored research activities conducted at the student’s home institution or company.
Certificate of Study in Clinical Research
The Certificate of Study in Clinical Research is a valuable professional resource for today's busy physicians, physician assistants, nurses, clinical fellows, research professionals, and other individuals working in the medical field who want in-depth exposure to the skills and knowledge needed in the evolving clinical research field without having to commit to an entire master's program.
Quantitative Principles for Clinical Research Certificate
The QPCR program has been designed for residents and fellows to provide graduate-level training in the basic principles of clinical research – analyzing data, interpreting medical literature, and communicating results. The certificate is a valuable professional credential demonstrating skills in evaluating and assimilating evidence from scientific studies related to patient care.
Selected as one of the most innovative programs of the year in raising Good Clinical Practice standards by GCPj.