AEIRC yearly conducts a number of courses, mostly part-time courses are offered as monthly, weekly, summer schools and online short courses. All of these courses are associated with academic perks like certified credit hours and valuable awards. Such courses mainly focus on the genre of Basic, Clinical and Applied information in biomedical and social sciences as well as in communication and arts.


Research Electives at AEIRC is a rigorous training with enthusiasm, quality guidanceand every step advice. An environment ofease and availability of teachers who know the field and have worked as researchers for long, who help students in identifying their potentials and design their projects accordingly as per what interests the earner. AEIRC’s research electives course has such a layout that it requires complete involvement of the learner, aided by one on one sessions with the mentors and a chance to learn firsthand knowledge and gain experience by learning to design their project and being involved in each step of the journey throughout the course.


The Clinical Psychophysiology professional program at AEIRC is designed to prepare you to enter a fast-growing, versatile area in the healthcare industry. As a Community Mental Health Worker (CMHW), you will interact with patients, physicians, and additional health care providers on a regular basis. Through a combination of traditional teaching and hands-on training, this program is designed to help you acquire the knowledge and skills to become a professional psychophysiology medical professional and a vital part of the healthcare field. There is a focus on the various concepts related to common mental health issues, including neurobiology, DSM, various mental disorders, treatment modalities, and addictions. Assessment tools will also be discussed as well as intervention technique.


Clinical Research Program is designed to prepare students, academics, physicians, industry, and hospital-based researchers to conduct, implement and interpret clinical research at the intersection between basic science and clinical medicine. It is designed to bring diverse disciplines together to address the increasing gap between “bench” research and “bedside” application and from bedside application to improved healthcare quality. I t includes the practical learning of clinical ethics, protocol, values of of human subject research, phases of clinical, randomization, critical elements of informed consent, challenges of IRBs and International guidelines to conduct clinical research.


The content of this professional course is relevant to individuals with interest in all areas of Psychophysiology and topics are selected to reflect the variety of psychophysiological methods currently used in psychological research. The primary aim of the course is to understand current knowledge and theory in psychophysiology and to learn how psychophysiological methods can inform research in theory in other substantive areas such as cognition, emotion, personality, and psychopathology.