Thesis Research Mentors (MSCR)

The role of the thesis research mentor(s) is to guide the student’s research progress, provide professional and personal development and uphold high academic and research standards. Students in the MSCR program must identify a thesis research mentor by June 1 of their first year. The student selects a thesis research mentor with the help of the program leadership and their faculty advisor. Once selected, the thesis research mentor(s) and student should discuss the expectations and goals of the project and commit to working together until the completion of the project. This process is formalized by signing and submitting the online Research Agreement form. The program leadership will sign these respective forms to indicate that the mentoring arrangement meets with the approval of the Clinical Research Education Program.

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