Duke University School of Medicine's Clinical Research Training Program (CRTP) provides Duke and National Institutes of Health (NIH) physicians, investigators and other healthcare professionals with the academic training needed to stand out in today's dynamic clinical research environment.
A Pioneering Role in Biomedical Research
This rigorous academic program offers practicing physicians, investigators and other healthcare professionals training to excel in today's dynamic clinical research environment.
The Clinical Research Training Program promotes leading-edge investigative practices grounded in sound scientific principles. As one of the oldest programs of it's kind, the program has offered highly relevant courses and mentored research that impact quantitative and methodological knowledge to conceptualize and carry our hypothesis driven multidisciplinary research for over 30 years.
“I would encourage anyone who wants a career in translational or clinical research to apply for this program. It teaches you the whole process from planning, to conducting, to analyzing a clinical trial. And the tools students are introduced to are not provided in most medical training programs or residencies.”
Raphaela T. Goldback-Mansky, M.D.,
M.H.S. Chief Translational Autoinflammatory Disease Studies Unit
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
30 Years of Research
Established in 1986 to train Duke researchers and health professionals, CRTP now includes NIH Researchers with over 500 alumni at the forefront of complex issues shaping clinical research today.
CRTP graduates drive clinical research practice worldwide. Check and see what our graduates, faculty and students are up to.