Clinical Research and Translational Medicine courses
Our Translational Medicine courses will enable you to understand processes involved in developing a fundamental scientific finding through to clinical trials.
The course modules offer training in discipline-specific laboratory and clinical research, intellectual property, and pathways for clinical applications.
The Masters/Doctoral program and Graduate Certificate/Diploma in Clinical Research and Translational Medicine at Monash deliver the know-how you’ll need to bring your work from bench to bedside.
You will learn from experts based in Monash’s rich network of industry, clinical and research partnerships and have access to quality data sources and research platforms.
Make a difference with a degree in Clinical Research and Translational Medicine from Monash.
What topics are covered?
- Drug Development, Clinical Trials, Good Clinical Practice, Leadership
- Industry Engagement, Research Commercialisation, New Biomedical Technologies for Clinical Application
- Dissemination of Translational Research, Entrepreneurial Innovation
- Bioinformatics, Biostatistics, Bioethics, Systemic Reviews & Meta-Analysis
- New units offered as of August 2020:
The programs are offered in conjunction with ARCS Australia Ltd*, previously known as the Association of Regulatory and Clinical Scientists to the Australian Pharmaceutical Industry.
Dr Jessica Borger, Course Coordinator
Ms Sharmila Ramesh, Postgraduate Student Coordinator
T: +61 3 9903 0368
Link to detail:
- Doctoral Program
- Master of Clinical Research - Translational Medicine (proposed new stream)
- Short courses
Through this research program you will connect with industry and find out how to drive innovative ideas to market.
Monash's three clinical schools (Central, Eastern Health and Clinical Sciences) in partnership with associated health services and research Institutes, are offering a novel training program for PhD candidates that will equip you to pursue post-doctoral careers in Translational Research.
Such a training program is the first of its kind in Australia. It aligns with the recent launch of the NHMRC Research Translation Faculty. The new PhD program in Translational Research will enable career development for you, our brightest PhD candidates. It will establish the interdisciplinary working of clinicians and scientists, with the added advantage of access to "cutting-edge" technologies and facilities through collaborative industry engagement.
|2021 Monash Handbook entry for TR PhD|