Experienced Clinical Research Coordinator

This program targets the experienced Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) with more than 2 years of experience, Senior Clinical Research Coordinators and Project Managers.

Individuals in this program have a fair understanding of MGH policies and procedures, are very familiar with the conduct of clinical trials, possess adequate understanding of GCP’s and are able to apply to current practice.

This program focuses on the administrative processes behind the implementation and conduct of clinical trials.

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MGH Division of Clinical Research

A Primer on Complex Trait Genetics

A Primer on Complex Trait Genetics: Principles for the Beginning Investigator Monday, September 23, 2019, 8:00am – 3:00pm, Simches Room 3.110 This event is sponsored by the MGH Division of Clinical Research. Are you able to keep up with the …

MGH Division of Clinical Research

Next Generation Sequencing: An Introduction and Clinical Applications

This course is intended for investigators and research staff at all levels interested in next-generation sequencing resources and applications. It will include an introductory lecture on next-generation sequencing technology and sample preparation, lectures on how to interpret the data and …

MGH Division of Clinical Research

Responsible Conduct of ‘Omics’ Research

Responsible Conduct of ‘Omics’ Research Sponsored by the Division of Clinical Research at MGH Join us for this exciting course looking at complex challenges that have become widespread due to rapid advances in genomic technologies, large scale data sharing, and …

MGH Division of Clinical Research

Welcome to the Genetic Code: An Overview of Basic Genetics

This introductory course will review fundamental language and concepts including DNA anatomy and genome organization; genotype-phenotype correlations; basic population genetics; and genotyping. Participants will have the opportunity to submit questions to the faculty prior to the lectures. This course is …