Master of Science in Clinical Research (MSc)
Patient care and clinical research: what a combination. Learn both how to produce the best diagnoses and provide the best treatment, and get ready for a dual career as a clinician and a researcher. No two patients are the same. Learn how to do the clinical trials and test the methods that group both patients and diseases, and contribute to future possibilities for individual diagnoses and therapies.
This research masters is the result of a partnership between NIHES and the MolMed school of research at Erasmus MC. Pursue research opportunities in a range of fields such as endocrinology, cardiovascular research, various subfields in oncology, pediatrics, obstetrics, urology, transplantation medicine, gastroenterology and hepatology, surgical research, and musculoskeletal science. Get methodological and practical training, and go on to a career researching a wide range of subjects, or in an executive or advisory position in drug research or health policy.
Education objectives Research Masters in Clinical Research
Once you graduate you will:
Have a thorough grounding in existing methods in clinical research.
Be able to formulate a problem, translate it into a scientific question and, in turn, into a research protocol.
Be able to study the literature on a given problem.
Be able to gather and analyse data.
Be able to draw conclusions.
Be able to set these out in articles you submit to international peer-reviewed scientific journals.
Career opportunities Research Masters in Clinical Research
The degree prepares you for a career in international research.
Target audience Research Masters in Clinical Research
Ambitious students with a bachelors degree in medicine, who want to help to improve diagnosis and treatment through research, sign up for the masters programme Clinical Research at Erasmus MC. Your path to success as a clinician, intern involved in research or as a medical scientist. Every patient is different; every diagnosis is, too.
Admission requirements Research Masters in Clinical Research
- You have a Bachelors degree from a school of medicine, dentistry or veterinary medicine.
- You are a graduate from a discipline related to clinical medicine and public health (health sciences, nutrition, biology, pharmacy, environmental sciences, social sciences, economics, etc.).
Admission and application Research Masters in Clinical Research
A motivation letter explaining the reasons why students wish to participate in the programme is required. The selection procedure may also include an interview in English.
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