George Laliotis Completes Prestigious Clinical Research Program at Harvard Medical School
Physician-Scientist George Laliotis Enhances Clinical Research Skills with Completion of Harvard Medical School's Renowned Program
The FCR program, known for its rigorous curriculum, is designed to provide learners with the foundational knowledge and skill sets required to produce high-quality clinical research. The program equips researchers with essential skills to evaluate evidence, understand biostatistics, and begin their clinical research careers.
George Laliotis, with his decade-long experience in clinical, medical affairs, and research, has added another feather to his cap with this achievement. This accomplishment is a testament to his commitment to advancing his knowledge and skills in the field of clinical research.
Dr Laliotis, an ECFMG certified Physician-Scientist, has a deep understanding of clinical indications, medical affairs, and methodologies. He has previously earned certifications from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Johns Hopkins School of Engineering, and Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.
Upon completion of the FCR program, Dr. Laliotis has become an Associate Member of the Harvard Medical School and Harvard University Alumni Associations. He will also be invited to attend FCR program alumni events throughout the year.
Dr. George Laliotis is currently working on transferring his medical knowledge to the private sector to advance his research and treatment techniques. He aims to improve traditional methods of treating cancer patients and help as many people as possible.
For more information about Dr. George Laliotis, please visit georgelaliotis.com.
About George Laliotis
George Laliotis is a physician and scientist based in Baltimore, Maryland. He specializes in Internal Medicine, Hematology, and Oncology. With a decade of experience in clinical, medical affairs, and research, George is dedicated to advancing his knowledge and skills to improve patient care.