Trainees will participate in the following learning elements:


Foundation Courses
EP817 A Guided Epidemiology Study
EP854 Advanced Epidemiology
EP850 Applications of Intermediate Epidemiology
EP855 Design Issues
EP860 Novel Analytic Methods
BS820 Logistic Regression and Survival Analysis
EP759 Reproductive Epidemiology

Biostatistics Electives — Choose From:
BS821 Categorical Data Analysis
BS852 Statistical Methods in Epidemiology
BS853 Applications of Generalized Linear Models

Content Electives — Choose From:
EH757 Environmental Epidemiology
EP745 Pharmacoepidemiology
EP755 Infectious Disease Epidemiology
EP758 Nutritional Epidemiology
EP762 Clinical Epidemiology
EP763 Genetic Epidemiology
EP765 Epidemiology of Vaccine: Preventable Diseases
EP775 Social Epidemiology
EP830 Drug Epidemiology
MC759 Perinatal Epidemiology
MC770 Children with Special Health Care Needs
MC795 Adolescent Health: Understanding Public Health Risk and Opportunity

Responsible Conduct of Research
Office of Clinical Research Human Subjects course

BUSM 6-week clerkships — didactic components in obstetrics/gynecology, perinatology/neonatology, or pediatrics

Clinical Shadowing
Obstetric/gynecology and high risk clinics, midwifery practice, pediatric practice, family practice, or high risk adolescent clinic

Applied research opportunity in the form of a 4-week internship with a primary or secondary mentor on an active epidemiology study
Dissertation of independent, original research in reproductive, perinatal, or pediatric epidemiology