• CTS student Trevor Wendt making suture ties for isolated small artery myograph experiments (Dr. Rayna Gonzales's lab)

    CTS student Trevor Wendt making suture ties for isolated small artery myograph experiments (Dr. Rayna Gonzales' lab)

  • Mouse brain vessel isolation prep (Dr. Rayna Gonzales' lab)

    Mouse brain vessel isolation prep (Dr. Rayna Gonzales' lab)

  • CTS student Trevor Wendt completing western blot washes (Dr. Rayna Gonzales' lab)

    CTS student Trevor Wendt completing western blot washes (Dr. Rayna Gonzales' lab)

  • Human brain microvascular endothelial cells stained with crystal violet (image by CTS student Trevor Wendt)

    Human brain microvascular endothelial cells stained with crystal violet (image by CTS student Trevor Wendt)

  • Equipment used in cerebrovascular function studies (Dr. Rayna Gonzales' lab)

    Equipment used in cerebrovascular function studies (Dr. Rayna Gonzales' lab)

  • Basic Medical Sciences (BMS) Summer Research High School Internship Program Lab Demonstration (Gonzales lab)

    Basic Medical Sciences (BMS) Summer Research High School Internship Program Lab Demonstration (Dr. Rayna Gonzales' lab)

  • Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building

    The new Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building opened in Phoenix in February 2017.

  • BioScience Research Laboratories Building

    New BioScience Research Laboratories building - UA Tucson (completed in 2017)

  • Cultured hippocampal neuron stained

    Cultured hippocampal neuron stained with AMPA receptor GluA1 (green), and NMDA receptor GluN1 (red) labeling

  • Cultured hippocampal neuron transfected with GPF to illustrate spines studded on the dendrites

    Cultured hippocampal neuron transfected with GPF to illustrate spines studded on the dendrites

  • Golgi staining of a mouse motor cortex region

    Golgi staining of a mouse motor cortex region

  • CTS student Reem Faraj working in Dr. Ting Wang's lab

    CTS student Reem Faraj working in Dr. Ting Wang's lab

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Clinical Translational Sciences at the University of Arizona

The Clinical Translational Sciences (CTS) Graduate Program at the University of Arizona (UA) is designed to provide a strong foundation in clinical translational sciences, either for post-baccalaureate students having completed bachelor’s or master’s degrees, or for postgraduate students already granted a terminal degree in a health science-related field (e.g., M.D., Pharm.D., Dr.P.H., D.N.P., etc.).
 

The University of Arizona offers three graduate degree programs in CTS:

In addition to these degree programs, the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health offers a Graduate Certificate in Clinical and Translational Research.