The Clinical/ Translational Science (CTS) Certificate is designed to develop the skills necessary to participate in team-oriented CTS in a variety of settings, including academia, industry, biotech and government. It is open to PhD students in all CTS partner PhD programs.
- Eligibility Requirements
- Program Requirements
How to apply for the CTS Certificate:
- Apply to participate at University of Florida online Certificate Application before registering for the first course you will need to be admitted. (click here for a ppt tutorial).
Potential candidates are encouraged to contact the program with any questions:
- Wayne T. McCormack, PhD, TL1 Program Director (email@example.com)
All UF registered Doctoral students from partner graduate programs in the following colleges are eligible to apply:
Agricultural & Life Sciences ~ Dentistry ~ Engineering ~ Fine Arts ~ Health & Human Performance ~ Journalism & Communications ~ Liberal Arts & Sciences ~ Medicine ~ Nursing ~ Pharmacy ~ Public Health & Health Professions ~ Veterinary Medicine
This Graduate certificate is earned by completing the CTS core curriculum (8 credits) and (3 credits) Electives, featuring courses on translational research methods, team science, and research ethics. Provides the foundational knowledge for clinical & translational research in a variety of career pathways, such as academia, industry, biotech and government.