The main objective of the Master’s course is to prepare, through a rigorous academic and industrial training process, the next generation of leaders in clinical research.
The program is divided into 7 modules each of weekly duration (from June to February except August and December) and includes:
Teachers come from Academia, Industry and Institutions. Teachers are leaders in their own field and with a strong commitment to teach and assist learners.
The collaboration between UNI Ferrara and CRES allows access to the skills available through UNI Ferrara University programs and CRES high-level training. The tutoring is completed with the support of CRES regarding the placement of learners.
This synergy adds further value to the training of the Master’s degree participants. Learning is based on the principle of the participant’s direct involvement and mentoring activity.
The formalized and renewed programme structure provides the core of clinical research content and principles. It includes also practical activities that each learner completes in the classroom.
The broad spectrum of the study program allows you to range from discovery, pre-clinical, first in human, randomized clinical trials to the commercialization of the drug/medical device and observation in clinical practice.
Much emphasis is placed on direct training and interaction with the best experts who can teach how to carry out daily activities and so-called “tricks of the trade”.