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Department of Environmental Health

Division of Epidemiology

Certificate in Clinical & Translational Research

Program Summary

The Certificate is a 10 credit hour program designed to provide an introduction to clinical and translational research. Most classes can be completed in one 8-week summer session or in one academic year.

Qualified applicants include:

  • Fellows and junior faculty interested in collaborating in research, or fellows/junior faculty just launching their career as clinical/translational researchers
  • Health science students in the Colleges of Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Health Sciences
  • Basic science researchers crossing over into clinical translation
  • Residents
  • Post-doctoral fellows
  • Health science professionals


Certificate Core Curriculum (PDF)

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Additional Program Information

View elective course descriptions & syllabi
CTR Training Program FAQ
Program Disclosures

Online Summer Session Information

Trainees may begin the M.S. or Certificate in Clinical & Translational Research program in the Summer or the Fall. Most trainees begin the program by enrolling in the Summer Session, which runs from from the first week in June through the end of July. All courses are offered online.

During the 8 weeks, students may enroll in the following courses:


CCHMC Students

Details on institutional tuition remission/reimbursement policies are available here:

CCTST: Research Education, Training and Career Development


For more information, please contact Emma Jones at or 513-558-2005.