Medical education at the Duke University School of Medicine includes programs that train medical students, residents and fellows, research scientists and post-doctoral fellows, physical therapists, physician assistants and pathologist assistants.
Allied Health Graduate Profession Programs
Duke is a leader in training other medical professionals integral to today's health care system.
Additional Graduate Profession Programs
- Master of Health Sciences in Clinical Research Training Program – This two-year program is primarily for clinical fellows who are training for academic careers. Degree candidates work towards a Master of Health Sciences in Clinical Research.
- Master of Biostatistics Program – Offered by the Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, this two-year degree program is designed to provide students with the analytical, biological, and communication skills that will ensure successful contribution to the rapidly-expanding field of biomedical research.
- Master of Health Sciences in Clinical Leadership Program – This two-year graduate program is for practicing clinicians.
- Master of Management in Clinical Informatics Program is an interdisciplinary curriculum, combining management and health informatics to equip students with a wholistic picture of the ever-changing healthcare landscape. The Program prepares graduates for managerial and executive positions in health care such as: chief medical information officer, chief information officer, implementation manager and other leadership roles in an EHR implementation.