Required Courses for Hematology T32 Research Trainees
School of Public Health Courses
Semester courses in these 3 core areas in the School of Public Health are required, with personalized options available for individual trainee needs and prior coursework:
- PUBH 6414 - Biostatistical Literacy I or
- PUBH 6450 - Biostatistics I
- PUBH 6741 - Ethics in Public Health: Professional Practice and Policy and/or
- PUBH 6742 - Ethics in Public Health: Research and Policy
- PUBH 6348 - Writing Research Grants
- Funds for electives of interest to individual trainees are available.
Additional Required courses
Responsible Conduct of Research
All trainees are required to take the Office for the Vice President of Research’s online Responsible Conduct of Research course. In addition, the Department of Medicine hosts an RCR series for T32 trainees with high-level faculty presenting historical and current concerns and information about topics ranging from data management and sharing to conflict of interest, authorship, human and animal subjects, societal and environmental impacts of research and collaborative research including collaborations with industry.
Writing for Publication/Grants
HOT Division hosts a series of seminars covering topics important to developing skills to successfully write for publication and grants. Visual displays of data, engaging storytelling, writing abstracts, manuscripts, specific aims, and basic structure of NIH and other grant proposals are covered.
Journal Club/Garibaldi Research Conference
HOT Division conferences cover seminal and current articles in the literature and highlight ground-breaking research currently being conducted by faculty in our division and in related departments. Additional special topic conferences may be assigned to individual trainees as appropriate.