- Locations: Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar, P.O. Box 24144 Doha, Qatar
- Duration: 6 Months
The Biomedical Research Training Program for Qatari Nationals is a training program for recent university graduates who are interested in pursuing careers in biomedical research-related fields. It offers a great experience to participants who seek to be actively involved in biomedical research projects in a challenging and yet knowledge rewarding environment. The training program consists of:
A. Applied internship in bench research or clinical research or research administration:
B. Training in data analysis, clinical research, and research administration:
C. Introduction to Writing and Communication skills for Research Scientists:
Applicants for the program need not have a degree in biology or biology related field, but must have interest in research. We are very interested in graduates with degrees and/or experience in statistics, computer science, and epidemiology. If you have a recent college degree and an interest in bio-research then we encourage you to apply!
The Biomedical Research Training program runs annually from January through July.
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