• Golgi staining of a mouse motor cortex region

    Golgi staining of a mouse motor cortex region

  • 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

  • Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building

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

  • Cultured hippocampal neuron stained

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

  • BioScience Research Laboratories Building

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

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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.

Ph.D. Program

M.S. Program

M.D./Ph.D. in CTS

News

2018/09/21 - 9:45am
Two University of Arizona students have started a program to help Phoenix’s homeless population by providing individualized health care and connecting them with health care services and resources.