Seminars & Education

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Georgetown Clinical Research Network (CRN) Seminar Series

Please see the ORQA education and training page for specific information on seminar dates, registration and recordings of past meetings.

Office of Technology Commercialization Events

Stay abreast of OTC events, such as the NAI Induction Ceremony, Wine and Cheese Hour, Invention to Innovation (I2I) Seminar Series and more.

Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational Science (GHUCCTS) 

GHUCCTS is a multi-institutional consortium of medical research institutions forged from a desire to promote clinical research and translational science. Members of the GHUCCTS consortium include Georgetown University, Howard University, MedStar Health Research Institute, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and the Washington Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center. Explore GHUCCTS for information, news and events, such as workshop series, conferences and courses.

GHUCCTS Regulatory, Ethics, Knowledge and Support (REKS) provides electronic tools and resources, direction and regulatory support for investigators, including Research Subject Advocates (RSA).

The GHUCCTS Master of Science degree in Clinical and Translational Research (MS-CTR) is a 33-credit degree program that provides a rigorous grounding in foundational aspects of research methods, study design and data analysis, as well as proposing, conducting, managing, and reporting clinical and translational research in an ethically responsible manner. The MS-CTR is targeted primarily to doctorally-trained clinicians (MD, PhD, PharmD, DDS, DMD, or DNP) or research professionals at the GHUCCTS institutions:  Georgetown University,  Howard University, MedStar Health Research Institute,  Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and Washington Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center.

Certified Research Administrator (CRA) Study Team

The CRA Study Team is a guided self-study program designed for Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC) staff that are interested in and qualify to take the certified research administrator exam. The CRA exam is managed by the Research Administrators Certification Council (RACC), an independent certifying body. A CRA designation demonstrates a broad knowledge of all aspects of research administration including, but not limited to, project development and administration, legal requirements and sponsor interface, financial management, and general management.