|Cardiovascular Epidemiology Students|
Currently, the Cardiovascular (CV) Epidemiology Program is home to 15 students, who come to this program from diverse backgrounds. In addition to the coursework indicated by their degree program, students participate in multiple activities organized by the CV Epidemiology Program, including a Peer-Led Workshop, Journal Club, and the Cardiovascular Epidemiology Seminar. Students can choose to conduct their dissertation research within a broad scope of research interests represented by the CV Epidemiology faculty and collaborators. Additionally, students have the opportunity to work with CV Epidemiology faculty members as Graduate Research Assistants. Pre-doctoral students are encouraged to submit abstracts to national meetings and are mentored in publishing their work.
Following are representative examples of doctoral dissertation research topics developed by CV Epidemiology students:
The CV Epidemiology Program supports four postdoctoral fellows each year. Fellows are encouraged to submit multiple publications, engage in collaborative work, and submit applications for funding.
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|Last updated April 01, 2013|