Certificate in Translational Research
The Certificate in Translational Research Program provides foundational training in clinical and translational research methods to healthcare professionals. Applicants are expected to have completed a master’s or doctoral degree or have experience in or plans to participate in a relevant field of research. The program is open to NYU Langone–affiliated healthcare professionals, including dental, medical, and nursing school postdoctoral trainees and faculty, as well as individuals from other institutions affiliated with the Clinical and Translational Science Awards of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
As part of this nine-credit certificate program, you complete two required courses—Clinical Research Methods and Introduction to Biostatistical Analysis—and select electives from the translational research concentration in our MS in Clinical Investigation. When you complete the program, you receive a New York State–approved Certificate in Translational Research.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit a completed Certificate in Translational Research program application, which includes a CV, an official transcript from your undergraduate or your most recently obtained degree, a personal statement describing your career plans beyond the certificate program, a letter of recommendation, a financial statement regarding payment for the program, and a recent photograph (optional).
For more information about the program or application process, contact program manager, Claudia Galeano, at Claudia.Galeano@NYULangone.org.