The minor requires 10 credits (or 13 credits for students who choose the 6-credit B M I/POP HLTH 551/B M I/POP HLTH 552 sequence), including three required courses and a fourth elective required course. Note: For students who are funded by the TL1 Predoctoral Training Program, the minor requires additional training as described on the TL1 website.
|A graduate entry level biostatistics course. Possible course selections include: 1||1-6|
|Introduction to Biostatistics|
| Introduction to Biostatistics for Population Health|
and Regression Methods for Population Health
|B M I/STAT 542||Introduction to Clinical Trials I||3|
|One lecture course in the Responsible (Ethical) Conduct of Research selected from the following list or an equivalent course approved by the Executive Committee:||1-2|
|Advanced Topics (Topic: Responsible (Ethical)|
|Research Ethics: Scientific Integrity and the Responsible Conduct of Research|
|Ethics in Science|
|Research Ethics and Career Development|
|Responsible Conduct of Research for Biomedical Graduate Students|
|Ethics and the Responsible Conduct of Research|
|Select from the following to reach 10 credits (or 13 credits for students who choose the 6-credit POP HLTH/B M I 551/552 sequence):|
|NURSING/MEDICINE/POP HLTH 705||Seminar in Interdisciplinary Clinical Research Evidence||2|
|FAM MED 701||Perspectives in Multidisciplinary Clinical & Translational Research||2|
|POP HLTH/SOC 797||Introduction to Epidemiology||3|
|B M I 544||Introduction to Clinical Trials II||3|
The 1-credit B M I 699 Independent Study is for students with instructor consent who have prior statistics (not biostatistics) coursework.
Students earning a doctoral degree in related science, with a focus on Clinical and Translational Science (PhDCTS) have several faculty mentors to choose from, including but not limited to faculty in the Graduate Program in Clinical Investigation. Please peruse the faculty and their research here.