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M.Sc in Clinical Research
M.Sc. in Clinical Research is a 2-year postgraduate course in clinical research. Clinical Research is the investigation aimed at determining the safety and efficacy of new medical products including drugs, vaccines, devices, diagnostic agents, and treatment regimens intended for maintaining and regaining human health. These may be used for prevention, treatment, diagnosis, or for relieving symptoms of a disease.
Min 50% in Graduation in Life Science, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Toxicology, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Botany, Zoology, B.Pharm, Nursing
With a master's degree in clinical research, students may work as a clinical research associate, clinical research coordinator or clinical research manager. Pharmaceutical companies, the National Institutes of Health, research hospitals and medical laboratories are just a few places that hire clinical researchers.
To be known globally as a centre of excellence for medical & allied education, innovation, interdisciplinary research and practice for enhancing health.
- M1: Establish state of art facilities for excellent medical & allied education and interdisciplinary research.
- M2: Collaborate with health care sector professionals to align curriculum and develop strong foundation for fundamental & practice health.
- M3: Involve students in community health programmes to develop lifelong learning and communication skills.
- Clinical Research Knowledge
- Planning Abilities
- Problem analysis
- Modern tool usage
- Leadership skills
- Professional Identity
- Clinical Research Ethics
- The clinical research and society
- Environment and sustainability