Clinical Research MRes Queen Mary University of London

The Clinical research programme at Queen Mary, University of London, provides a credit-bearing training opportunity for academic clinical fellows and clinical lecturers in medicine and dentistry. This programme gives you the opportunity to develop academic research skills within the framework of your busy clinical training programme. It is designed for clinical academic trainees in all specialties and is available for September or January start.

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What you'll study in Clinical Research MRes at Queen Mary University of London.

Studying on the programme will help you develop an invaluable set of generic research skills and knowledge including:

  • clinical research project design and implementation
  • written and oral communication
  • logical and critical thinking.

The programme comprises two parts. 

  • Part 1 covers the key generic skills and knowledge needed to undertake clinical research
  • Part 2 gives you a choice of elective modules on literature research, a practical project, and writing a grant proposal

You will be required to critically review a research field and prepare dissertations that show insight and novel interpretation of material.

The programme runs across the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, taking advantage of our outstanding research and educational expertise in all the component Institutes. You will receive formal training in the regulatory and ethical framework for clinical research and develop your key skills in research design, statistical analysis and critical review.

You will be taught by external experts from the pharmaceutical industry, and the interdisciplinary nature of your learning will give you useful networking opportunities. You will meet industry colleagues and liaise closely with our associated NHS Trusts.

Aims

If you are an Academic Clinical Fellow or Clinical Lecturer at Queen Mary or an associated NHS Trust, this Clinical Research MRes programme will give you credit-bearing research training.

Your relevant training in research methodology will meet the requirements of the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and other funders.

QMUL offers a range of scholarships and bursaries. Please visit the area Postgraduate - Funding & Support of our website for up-to-date information
Cost of the master: Not declared
Scholarships available
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