A one of a kind HSPH Certificate Program offered in conjunction with Brigham and Women’s Hospital begins in June with an intensive 7.5-credit course of instruction in basic epidemiology and biostatistics (ID 207), continues online in the fall with a 5.0 credit course in regression methods for clinical research (BIO 213) and culminates in December with the development and implementation of a mentored research project (EPI 218). Successful participants will end the program with the ability to design and conduct clinical research proposals. The three courses are delivered in a blended online format with virtual office hours provided every week for every participant.
List of Affiliated Faculty Members
Heather Baer, ScD, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology
E. Francis Cook, ScD, Professor of Epidemiology, Director
E. John Orav, PhD, Associate Professor of Biostatistics
Daniel Singer, MD, Professor in the Department of Epidemiology
Stephanie Greguoli, Program Administrator
Curriculum and Sequencing
The curriculum consists of three separate courses taken in the following sequence: ID207, BIO213, and EPI218. Please note that in order to be eligible for this certificate program ID 207 must be completed prior to the other two courses.
For more information on ID 207, please visit the course website.