The Graduate Institute of Clinical Medicine was established to enhance the health of the public through prospective clinical and translational medical research, the exploration and solving of clinical problems, and the development of advanced diagnosis tools and treatments in order to earlier detecting and preventing diseases.
Both the master’s and doctoral programs are designed to train students to the highest standards of this institute.
Our curriculum characteristics are three aspects, including Disease-Oriented Research, Research-Oriented Learning and Dual mentorship. We offer courses in clinical trials, translational medicine, clinical & translational epidemiology, clinical evidenced medicine, cell biology, molecular biology, lab rotation and research techniques, applied statistics, research design, advanced paper writing and genetic medicine. All students are given guidance and counseling by two supervisors who possess backgrounds in clinical medicine and research.