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Osler Housestaff Research: CASE-2 Rotation

The required CASE-2 rotation now includes four to six weeks of research experience, including a new research curriculum. All residents are required to complete a tangible product of their experience. The curriculum team has identifed specific goals and objectives for this component. Residents will discuss their plans with Dr. Merlo prior to the rotation. Please review the information below specific to the Clinical Research Track or to the Basic Science Track.

Clinical Research Track

The goal of this rotation is to prepare residents to submit an IRB proposal for clinical research that is strong with regard to science, statistics, ethics, and logistics.

Basic Science Track

Please contact Dr. Sanjay Desai directly for information about this track.



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