VETM601: Professional Skills in Health Science Research
Current Schedule: Fall 2016 | Fridays: 2pm-5pm | BAC65
Description: This course consists of a series of workshops focusing on skills essential for success in health science research including: research integrity, grant writing, verbal and written communication of research discoveries, and career development and options. This course is open for credit to graduate students, as well as to postdoctoral fellows and new faculty - with permission of course coordinator. This course runs weekly from September to December. COURSE NOT INCLUDED IN GPA.
VETM 605: Introduction to Biostatistical Methods
Current Schedule: Fall 2016| Tuesday & Thursday 2:30 pm - 3:45 pm - Lecture- HSC 1405A| Friday: 10:00 am to 11:00 am - Tutorial
Description: An introductory course on how to analyze and design research related to biological sciences. Emphasis is placed upon formulating good research questions, evaluating the appropriateness of different statistical methods for analyzing results, and performing and interpreting such statistical analyses. Statistical analyses will be carried out using modern statistical software.
The course runs weekly from September to December. COURSE IS GRADED.
Students must also take:
MSc - one additional half credit course (an optional VETM course listed below, or a course offered by another graduate program)
PhD - two additional half credit courses (optional VETM course(s) listed below, or courses offered by other graduate programs)
All selected courses must be appropriate to the student's field of study and approved by their supervisory committee. For more information and a complete listing of courses from all graduate programs, please visit the Graduate Calendar on the Faculty of Graduate Studies website. Please direct all questions regarding VETM courses to email@example.com.