Fellowship in Clinical and Translational Research Ethics Program Application Process
To apply for the Fellowship, health care professionals or those training in a health care profession who are interested in clinical and translational research ethics must complete an application form, which is available online or through the Institute of Human Values in Health Care office (Ann Edlund: 843-876-4977; email@example.com).
When applications are received in the Institute office, they are reviewed by the Admissions Committee of the Fellowship. Applicants who are accepted are promptly notified of their acceptance. Applications are reviewed and accepted year-round; however, the Program matriculates only during the Fall semester each year.
After notification, those who wish to receive documented academic credit for the individual courses on an official transcript must also register through the MUSC Office of Enrollment Management at current enrollment fees before the University Drop/Add date. Those who do not want academic credit need enroll only through the Institute office (not through the Office of Enrollment Management).
Andrea Boan, PhD (Chair)
Robert Sade, M.D.
Daniel Lackland, DrPH
David Schenk, PhD
Ann Edlund (Staff)