The master’s degree in clinical and translational sciences provides training for a new generation of researchers. Students who graduate from the program will be prepared to apply translational science methods along the continuum of patient care, from the bench to the bedside. The program offers a broad foundation of core courses and emphasizes the importance of interdisciplinary approaches to research. It provides education in clinical and translational principles and prepares student to engage in a range of investigative processes.

A snapshot of the Master’s in Clinical and Translational Sciences.

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Alumni Profiles

People who have completed the Master’s in Clinical and Translational Sciences program.

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