Global Clinical Scholars Research Training

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About the course

Designed for clinicians and clinician-scientists in both the United States and abroad, our Global Clinical Scholars Research Training (GCSRT) program provides advanced training in health care research and methods. Using a blended learning model that incorporates online tools, live virtual seminars and dynamic workshops, the curriculum is focused on enhancing your ability at every stage of the research process–from writing grant proposals and launching new projects to analyzing data and presenting your results.

To help professionals like you stay up-to-date on the latest health care trends and changes, Harvard Medical School offers the Global Clinical Scholars Research Training program that provides key insights into the science and practice of medicine and clinical research. 

Participants will find new doors opened, and careers advanced, thanks to the connections and expertise they access through Harvard. Scholars also build a network of professionals located in their own region, as well as around the globe. This provides a valuable opportunity to share ideas and create important advances. 

The Harvard Medical School Difference

This one-year certificate program is taught by some of the world’s most respected experts from industry and academia who are affiliated with Harvard University and its many schools and programs. 

The faculty who teach in our programs are leading global experts from industry and academia. Based on specific program needs, we draw upon Harvard Medical School’s nearly 12,000 faculty members, faculty from schools across Harvard University, and business and science leaders at the forefront of innovations in health care. 


To learn more about the program, email us at or join us for a virtual information session.


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