The Biomedical Informatics Certificate Program will serve students with a wide variety of goals and backgrounds. For this reason, each certificate trainee’s program of study will be developed in collaboration with, and with the approval of their biomedical informatics advisor.
The Certificate in Clinical and Translational Science for Doctoral Students in the Health Sciences supplements and enhances doctoral programs in basic science, clinical research, and other fields. The program provides an opportunity for students in these programs to learn the skills needed to conduct high-quality clinical and translational research.
The Certificate in Medical Education enhances the professional education and teaching skills of clinical faculty and community preceptors. This certificate program is flexible and allows students to choose courses within the Medical Education program that align with their learning and professional goals.