Pediatric Urology | Information for Degree Programs During BCH Research Years

Harvard Medical School Fellowship in Safety and Quality


Application deadline (for entry July 1, 2020) – October 4, 2019

Candidates selected to interview and notified – early November 2019

Candidate interview days – early December 2019

Offers extended (replies due January 10, 2020) – December 18, 2019

Harvard wide Pediatric Health Services Research Fellowship Program


Applicants deadline – Mid-September of the year prior to July entry



Degree programs at Harvard Chan

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MIT Master of Business Analytics

For information on how to apply:


Applications deadline – Wednesday, January 8, 2020, 3:00 p.m. EST

The admissions committee notifies applicants of their decision – Thursday, March 5, 2020

Admitted applicants must reply to their offers – Wednesday, April 15, 2020


Harvard Catalyst

Master of Medical Sciences in Clinical Investigation

Application Deadline: July 14, 2020 

Program Begins: September 2, 2020

Location: Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

Program Overview

Harvard Medical School’s Master of Medical Sciences in Clinical Investigation (MMSCI) degree provides world-class training in the methods and conduct of clinical discovery for future leaders in patient-oriented research. This two-year program, which requires students to reside in Boston for its duration, combines innovative forms of pedagogy from leading Harvard faculty with an individual mentored research experience. Each student is provided the opportunity to perform cutting-edge research in a Harvard-based laboratory under the direct supervision of a Harvard mentor.

The MMSCI program is designed for postgraduate clinician-scientists working in clinical or translational research at the fellowship and junior faculty level (or equivalent). Candidates holding an MD, MBBS, MBBCh, PhD or comparable academic degree are eligible to apply.

The program format features three intensive workshops across a two-year span. Between each workshop, students will continue to acquire core knowledge and skills by way of longitudinal lectures and a course in Contemporary Topics in Clinical and Translational Investigation. In addition to the traditional learning of biostatistics, epidemiology and translational methods, our goal is to promote the development of critical thinking skills, writing and presentation skills, and leadership experience

Summer Program in Clinical Effectiveness

Application Deadlines

Degree Applicants:                  December 1, 2019

Non-Degree Applicants:         February 1, 2020

Blavatnik Fellowship at Harvard Business School