2000: NIH-Duke Training Program
NIH-Duke Clinical Research Fellows: (standing
left to right): Chen-Sen Wu, Michael Brennan, John Gribar,
Hiroyu Hatano, Stefan Weiss, Raphaela Goldbach-Mansky, Yogen
Saunthararajah; (seated left to right): Giovana Thomas, Elizabeth
Higgs, Marcia Slattery; (not pictured: Robin Boineau, Hani
El-Gabalawy, Howard Fine, Jay Giedd, Alfred Gordon, Julie
Gulya, Winnie Rossi, Robert Walsh, Mary Lynn Dell)
for the 20002001 NIH-Duke Training Program in Clinical Research
will be available beginning December 1, 1999, in the NIH
Office of Education, Building 10, Room 1C129.
for clinical fellows and other health professionals who are training
for careers in clinical research, the program offers formal courses
in research design, statistical analysis, health economics, research
ethics, and research management. Courses for this program are offered
at the Clinical Center via videoconferencing from Duke or on site
by adjunct faculty.
taking courses in the NIH-Duke Training Program in Clinical Research
must be nominated by the NIH Admissions Committee and formally admitted
by the School of Medicine at Duke University.
for receipt of applications is March 13, 2000. Applicants
accepted into the program will be notified by July 1, 2000.
For more information
on coursework and tuition costs for the 20002001 academic
year, visit the program web site.
in this program is limited. E-mail
queries regarding the program may be addressed to William E.
Wilkinson, program director at Duke.