Clinical Trials Research

Study Clinical Trials Research at the University of Sydney

 

The Clinical Trials Research program focuses on clinical trial design and research methodology, and how to devise high quality studies. You will develop the skills to manage and lead clinical trials, and the ability to interpret the results of single and multi-centre trials.

The program is led by Australia’s leading academic clinical trials research organization, the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Clinical Trials Centre. You will develop a thorough understanding of clinical research methodologies, including design, management and statistical and ethical considerations.

Why study clinical trials research with us?

  • The NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre’s clinicians and researchers are some of the best in their field and have vast experience in conducting and interpreting clinical trials. Under their guidance, you will gain a solid understanding of clinical research methodologies, including design, management and statistical and ethical considerations, and
  • These courses are delivered online and are highly flexible for busy professionals.

Who should study this course?

This course is open to graduates from a range of backgrounds in health sciences, and is suitable for researchers and clinicians who seek to gain a better understanding of the processes involved in clinical research so they can improve their contributions to their respective fields. It is also ideal for graduates who see themselves working in clinical trials.

Graduate opportunities

This program aims to build research capacity through a formal qualification and improve the quality of clinical trials. The Master of Clinical Trials (Research) equips graduates with the skills to lead and design clinical trials both nationally and internationally.

Course options

Short courses/Professional development

Find short courses in Clinical Trials Research.

Non-award study (single unit enrolment)

It is possible to take almost any unit of study non-award student. For more information, please visit Single Unit Enrolment.