Duke University School of Medicine’s Clinical Research Training Program (CRTP) provides Duke and National Institutes of Health (NIH) physicians, investigators and other healthcare professionals with the academic training needed to stand out in today’s dynamic clinical research environment.
30 years of research
Established in 1986 to train Duke researchers and health professionals, CRTP now includes NIH Researchers with over 500 alumni at the forefront of complex issues shaping clinical research today.
Over 100 Faculty
World Class teaching faculty serve the program from every department within the School of Medicine and are active clinical investigators themselves promoting reproducible cutting-edge research.
3 program options for maximum flexibility
A choice of three part-time options for practicing professionals; 1) a Master of Health Sciences in Clinical Research, 2) a certificate of the Academic Core in Clinical Research 3) a non degree option for individuals who want specific skills and might only be interested in niche courses.
CRTP graduates drive clinical research practice worldwide. Check and see what our graduates, faculty and students are up to.
Study by Arif Kamal shows shortage of palliative care clinicians will increase over growing demand for services
Arif Kamal, MD, MHS is a 2015 CRTP GraduateEvan Myers, MD is CRTP Faculty and Course Director for CRP 259 Decision Sciences in Clinical Research A study . . .Learn Moreread article
Shah Named Associate Dean and Director of Duke Precision Genomics Collaboratory
The Duke School of Medicine announced that Svati Shah, MD, MHS, has been named Associate Dean of Genomics and Director of the Duke Precision Genomics Collaboratory. The collaboratory is a . . .Learn Moreread article
Harold G. Koenig, MD, MHSc to lead “The book of Life” End of Life Care training for Faith leaders and Physicians
Nationally known authority on spirituality, health and loss, Harold G. Koenig, M.D., will lead “The Book of Life,” an all-day training conference to equip area faith leaders and medical . . .Learn Moreread article