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This course  is designed to introduce you to researchers in various epidemiological content areas, including (but not limited to) spatial, environmental/occupational, cancer, nutrition, tobacco and perinatal/reproductive epidemiology.  Students will be exposed to a variety of methodologic considerations, including study design and conduct, measurement issues, bias, and data analysis and interpretation relevant to the unique exposures and outcomes in each content area.  Students will gain an understanding of the application of epidemiologic methods, and will be introduced to research possibilities.

Note: for master's students enrolled in the Clinical Research program ONLY. For more information please visit the program website:

Course Number: CLRE-257
Credit: 2.00 unit(s)