Course teaches basic skills of competitive grant writing. Topics include grant structure, grant writing, and preparation of a grant budget.
Extract literature from appropriate bibliographic sources.
Critique clinical and scientific evidence derived from literature.
Describe the current state of knowledge about a biomedical, clinical, or public health problem.
Generate a relevant biomedical, clinical, public health, or translational research hypothesis.
Design appropriate experiments to address generated research questions in the pharmaceutical sciences.
Generate a plan for data security/management.
Apply fundamental principles of statistical analysis, such as power analysis, correlation, causation, regression, and summary statistics.
Identify federal and non-federal agencies and programmatic initiatives aimed at translating research to clinical care of patients.
Defend a written research proposal describing specific research aims, significance, innovation, and approach.
Prepare publication/presentation quality absracts, posters and manuscripts.
Develop an appropriate response to constructive criticism of oral and written presentations.
Recognize scientific misconduct and conflict of interest.
* Highlight denotes properties specific to the Clinical Pharmaceutical Sciences track.