Pre-doctoral Training Program

Pre-doctoral training provides an opportunity for students in professional degree programs to explore, experience, and excel in clinical research for the 21st century. Students learn to turn their ideas and questions into practical, attainable research. The purpose of MICHR pre-doctoral programs is to encourage students to start their clinical research careers soon after graduation and to give them the tools to obtain research funding.

MICHR offers a variety of pre-doctoral training programs that give students an opportunity to experience key elements of team-based clinical research and observe research in action. Each program incorporates novel, flexible, institutional clinical research training and gives students efficient entry into clinical and translational research careers. Eligible applicants must be currently enrolled in a professional or doctoral degree program in health sciences at the University of Michigan.

There are four pre-doctoral programs:

Adam Gadzinski, MSCR 2012
"Utilization and outcomes of inpatient surgical care at Critical Access Hospitals in the United States"


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