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The Master of Population Health Sciences (MPHS) degree program equips clinicians and clinical doctorates with the advanced research methods skills needed to design clinical outcomes research, interpret results and apply findings to improve clinical effectiveness. MPHS students establish a wide network of mentors and collaborators by interacting with Washington University medical and public health faculty who are renowned for their teaching, patient care and ongoing cutting-edge research around the world. With no research thesis requirement, the degree can be obtained in as few as ten months, which allows students to easily integrate the training into a clinical career, including during the medical school, residency and fellowship years. The Washington University School of Medicine MPHS program is one of a few in the country and one of the only in the Midwest that offers population health-based research methods training for clinicians. Learn more about our: