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The Comprehensive
Research Course

From Idea to Publication
Become a Published Researcher with our 14-hour interactive, online course
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What Will The Comprehensive
Research Course
Teach You?
You will be able to identify and evaluate clinical research ideas, formulate the research plan, and submit the IRB.
You will learn the skills required to write full manuscripts (introduction, methods, results, discussion), submit them, and respond to reviewers’ comments.
You will learn to build variable lists and collect and interpret data for your research projects
You will learn the secrets on how to publish >20 manuscripts in one year.
Our Research Course Packages


$199 USD

3 months

$99 USD

1 month

$49 USD

The next live workshop is happening on April 13th, 2024.
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Our Course Has Helped Students Go from 💡Idea to Publication📰

I gained one publication from doing your course. Our manuscript, titled “Estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate (eGFR) Slope Assessment as a Surrogate End-point in Cardiovascular trials: Implications, Impediments, and Future Directions” has been accepted into the Current Problems in Cardiology Journal (Impact factor 17).


“This research course is very detailed and explains every important details necessary from starting of the research idea till getting it published. So I highly recommend this course for people who are yet to start their research positions because it will make their work smoother and saves time by not getting stuck at basics.“

Srivatsa Surya Vasudevan

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Delaying your Match application and start of residency (due to a weak CV and lack of research) means missing out on the significant salary difference between an attending and a resident (between $200,000 and $600,000).

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Course Instructor 
My name is Malke Asaad. I am a third-year plastic surgery resident at the University of Pittsburgh. After graduating from Aleppo Medical School in Syria, I pursued 3 years of clinical research at two world-renowned institutions – The Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN) and MD Anderson Cancer Center (Houston, TX). As a research fellow, I worked with leading researchers to produce 100+ publications and partake in 80+ conference presentations. Through this course, I am excited to share my extensive research experience with you and help you achieve your research goals.

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This course is composed of video lectures detailing the step-by-step process from project inception to publication.
For the full detailed course curriculum, click the download arrow.
Lesson 1: How to Start a Research Project?

This lesson will discuss the preliminary stages of building a research project, including the following topics:

  • What are the different study designs?
  • What is a research question?
  • How to evaluate research ideas?
  • How To Find Research Ideas?
  • How To Perform A Quick Literature Review?
  • How To Perform A Detailed Literature Review?
  • What Is The IRB?
  • How to submit an IRB?

Total video length without quizzes and exercises: 1 h 50 min

Lesson 2: Variables and Data

This lesson will focus on how to build a variable list for your research project and what you need to do prior to collecting data, including the following topics:

  • Finding the patients
  • Identifying the variable list
  • Choosing the definitions
  • Identifying the team
  • Identifying the tasks
  • Identifying authorship
  • Collecting the data

Total video length without quizzes and exercises: 1 h 35 min

Lesson 3: Data is Complete, Now What?

This lesson will discuss how to prepare and interpret your data, including the following topics

  • Cleaning the data
  • How to make the job of your statistician easier?
  • Interpreting categorical data
  • Interpreting continuous data

Total video length without quizzes and exercises: 40 min

Lesson 4: Manuscript Writing: Before You Start Writing

Manuscript writing does not have to be daunting. This lesson will go over strategies to help you plan and optimize the manuscript writing process.

Total video length without quizzes and exercises: 18 min

Lesson 5: Manuscript Writing | Introduction

This lesson will discuss the details of how to write the introduction section of the manuscript, including the following topics:

  • The outline
  • Examples of well-written and poorly written introductions
  • Efficiency in writing
  • An example of how to start with a draft and the subsequent changes made
  • Verb tense
  • The gap in knowledge
  • The study hypothesis
  • Linking words
  • Reference managers
  • Plagiarism and grammar checks

Total video length without quizzes and exercises: 1 h 6 min

Lesson 6: Manuscript writing | Methods

This lesson will discuss how to write the methods section of the research paper, including the following topics:

  • What to include in the methods section
  • Tips for writing the methods
  • The statistical analysis paragraph of the methods
  • Discussion of the methods section using 4 study examples

Total video length without quizzes and exercises: 47 min

Lesson 7: Manuscript writing | Results

This lesson will discuss the details of how to write the results section of the research paper, including the following topics:

  • How to create your tables
  • Discussion of tables using study examples
  • Figures (bar graphs, box plots, Kaplan-Meier curves)
  • What to include in the results section
  • Tips for writing the results section
  • Discussion of the results section using two study examples
  • Commonly used verbs and phrases in the results section

Total video length without quizzes and exercises: 54 min

Lesson 8: Manuscript writing | Discussion

This lesson will discuss how to write the discussion section of the research paper, including the following topics:

  • The structure of the discussion section and tips for writing an effective discussion.
  • The opening paragraph
  • Comparison to prior literature (similarities and differences)
  • Summarizing prior studies
  • Paraphrasing
  • Interpretation of your study results
  • Implications of your research findings
  • Limitations of your study
  • Future directions
  • Study conclusion
  • Discussion of the above-mentioned points using several study examples

Total video length without quizzes and exercises: 1 h 38 min

Lesson 9: Abstracts

This lesson will discuss the details on how to write the abstract for both research papers and conferences, including the following topics:

  • Structured vs. unstructured abstracts
  • Abstract section
  • How to write an abstract
  • Visual abstracts
  • Conference abstracts

Total video length without quizzes and exercises: 51 min

Lesson 10: Submission and Acceptance

Choosing the right journal is a critical step for your research project. Submission is also a long process, often requiring revision. This lesson will go over the submission process, including the following topics:

  • Choosing the right journal.
  • What if your manuscript is rejected?
  • Responding to reviewers.

Total video length without quizzes and exercises: 57 min

Lesson 11: Poster Presentations

Presenting your research at conferences is essential to increase the visibility of your science, share your findings with the scientific community, and network with clinicians and researchers. This lesson will focus on creating an effective poster presentation, including the following topics:

  • Structure of a poster presentation
  • Tips on how to create poster presentations
  • Poster Examples
  • New way of making posters
  • How to present a poster
  • Poster title
  • Poster templates

Total video length without quizzes and exercises: 1 h 21 min

Lesson 12: Literature Review

This lesson will discuss how to write a literature review from beginning to end, including the following topics:

*Note: This lesson is only available for subscriptions of >3 months.

  • Steps for writing a literature review
  • Systematic review vs. comprehensive literature review
  • Tips for writing a literature review
  • Defining the question
  • Literature search
  • The outline
  • Writing the introduction
  • The structure of a paragraph
  • How to write a paragraph for a literature review
  • Multiple exercises and assignments

Total video length without quizzes and exercises: 1 h 33 min

Lesson 13: The Peer Review Process

This lesson will go over the process of peer review and how to write a peer review for a research article. The following topics will be discussed:

  • Introduction to Peer Review
  • How to get started?
  • Assessing Research Articles
  • Deciding to Accept or Reject a Manuscript
  • Examples and Exercises

Total video length without quizzes and exercises: 30 min

Lesson 14: How to publish >20 manuscripts in one year?

This lesson will cover the secrets of being productive during a research year including a detailed discussion of the following:

  • Efficiency
  • Time management
  • Multitasking
  • Mentorship
  • Teamwork
  • Quantity vs. quality

Total video length without quizzes and exercises: 42 min

What to expect?

Step 1
After you register, you will be given access to our proprietary lectures within 24 hours.
Step 2
Review over 14 hours of course content, which you can go through at your own pace. You can ask any questions you have using the discussion board and during the monthly live webinars.
Step 3
After completion of our course, you will receive a verifiable certificate and be ready to take a research project from idea to publication!


Asked Questions

Do you offer any certificates for course completion?
Yes. Certificates are available for all plans except the one-month subscription. To receive the certificate, you must complete the entire course and score >75% on the course quizzes. Of note, this certificate is not affiliated with an academic institution and serves only to confirm successful completion of this course
What will I get from this course?
  • Step-by-step framework to produce a research project
  • Sample data sets, manuscript sections, and abstracts
  • Strategies to facilitate manuscript writing
  • Tips on how to maximize research productivity
Do you have any free preview lessons so I can check out the course before I make the purchase?

Yes, you can click HERE to subscribe to our list and get the free previews of our courses.

How long does it take to finish the course?

To watch the video lessons, you need around 14 hours. To solve the quizzes and exercises, you need between 14 – 42 hours. However, this will vary based on the speed of each student.

You can see how much time it takes to watch each lesson in the course curriculum.

Do you offer one-on-one research tutoring?

Yes. We offer tutoring on how to find a research position, how to choose the right research position, how to do research, how to be productive, and all other aspects related to research positions. You can check the details of our research tutoring on this page.

Do you offer manuscript editing?

Yes. You can check the details of our manuscript editing on this page.

Do you offer refunds?

Our goal is to help you be the best researcher that you can be. If you feel that the course is not helping you, We offer a 100% money back guarantee on all our Research Course packages.

Refund Policy: We will give you a full refund if you cancel within 3 days / 72 hours of receiving course access and have completed less than 50% of the course.

What areas of research are NOT covered in this course?

This research course by itself will not cover how to perform statistical analyses, systematic reviews, basic/translational science, or qualitative research. Statistical analysis and Systematic Reviews are covered in separate courses. You can also buy bundle packages that include these courses from the different packages above.

Are there any materials included in this course other than the videos of each lesson?

Yes. You will have access to multiple quizzes and articles to help you better understand the course curriculum.

I don't have a good idea about research. Will I be able to understand the course content?
Yes. This course is designed to help you learn about research and take your research project from an idea to publication, even if you do not have a good background in research.
Will I get any publications from this course?

The purpose of this course is to give you the skills necessary to conduct research and publish research articles and many students published research articles using the lessons they learned from this course. However, we do not sponsor any publications as part of this course, nor can we guarantee that your work will be published in a journal.

Be careful of courses that offer you guaranteed publications and remember that adding authors to papers without significant contributions to a research project is against ICMJE authors. Check our blog on predatory research courses to learn more on what to look for when choosing a research course.

Is the literature review lesson included in this course?

The literature review lesson is available for subscriptions of 3 months and longer for FREE. If you have a one-month subscription and would like access to the literature review lesson, you can buy that for $19.99 here.

Does this course cover ‘How to find Research Positions’?

This topic is covered in depth in a separate product that is composed of live and interactive sessions, which you can sign up here. 

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