Pathway to Discovery in Clinical and Translational Research

The Clinical and Translational Research (CTR) Pathway stimulates passion for discovery and provides training and mentoring to encourage and allow trainees to conduct innovative clinical and translational research to improve health outcomes.

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Goals of the CTR Pathway

The Pathway to Discovery Program in Clinical and Translational Research (CTR) is designed to stimulate passion for discovery and provide training and mentoring that will encourage and allow professional students to conduct innovative clinical and translational research that improves health and relieves suffering.

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The MD/Masters of Advanced Studies in CTR

Obtaining an MD degree and Masters in Advanced Studies (MAS) degree in clinical research sequentially would require 6 years of training. To decrease overall time in training, the CTR Pathway offers a combined 5-year MD/MAS degree for select students in the School of Medicine.

Learn more about the MD/MAS in Clinical and Translational Research