Partner Graduate Programs

The list below represents the graduate programs that have partnered with the CTSI in some way to develop the Clinical/ Translational Science (CTS) graduate curriculum.

Graduate students of the following colleges who are enrolled in departmental graduate programs other than those listed below may also be eligible to apply if their research project is clearly health-related and involves clinical and/or translational research as described by the National Institutes of Health.  Please contact Dr. Wayne McCormack for more information.

Partner Graduate Programs

Multi-College Programs
Biostatistics
– Epidemiology
– Genetics & Genomics

Agricultural & Life Sciences
– Nutritional Sciences

Dentistry
– DMD-PhD Program

Engineering
– Biomedical Engineering
Electrical & Computing Engineering
– Materials Science & Engineering

Fine Arts (CTS Certificate only)
– Center for the Arts in Healthcare Research & Education

Health & Human Performance
– Applied Physiology & Kinesiology
– Health Education & Behavior

Journalism & Communications
– Mass Communication

Liberal Arts & Sciences
– Chemistry

Medicine
– Interdisciplinary Program (IDP) in Biomedical Sciences
    – Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
    – Cancer Biology
    – Genetics
    – Immunology & Microbiology
    – Molecular Cell Biology
    – Neuroscience
    – Physiology & Pharmacology
– MD/PhD Program
– Health Outcomes & Policy

Nursing
– Nursing Science

Pharmacy
– Medicinal Chemistry
– Pharmaceutics
– Pharmacodynamics
– Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy
– Clinical Pharmaceutical Sciences

Public Health & Health Professions
– Clinical and Health Psychology
– Public Health
    – Environmental & Global Health
    – One Health
    – Social & Behavioral Science
– Rehabilitation Science
Speech, Language & Hearing Science

Veterinary Medicine
– Veterinary Medical Sciences
    – Physiological Science
    – Infectious Diseases & Pathology
    – Large Animal Clinical Science
    – Small Animal Clinical Science