Clinical Research Track

Nephrology faculty.

Clinical Research Scientist (3-4 years)

Fellows are trained in the concepts and methods of clinical research: epidemiology, biostatistics, study design, and translational research. At UCSF, we provide ample opportunity to build a research career under the guidance of a mentor. Visit Clinical Research for more information on clinical research in nephrology at UCSF.

In addition to the resources within the Division of Nephrology, the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at UCSF offers educational program and degrees in clinical research, including the Training in Clinical Research Program (TICR), Advanced Training in Clinical Research program (ATCR), Master's Degree in Clinical Research, and Clinical and Translational Sciences Training. We cover the full tuition for a Master's Degree Program in Clinical Research for clinical research fellows. The Clinical & Translational Institute (CTSI) at UCSF is one of the first 12 academic institutions selected to be part of the National Institutes of Health's national clinical and translational science consortium. The consortium has a charter to transform clinical and translational research to ensure that the best health solutions get to patients as quickly as possible.

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