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Requirements

• Students must be in academic good standing, preferably entering their second or third year in one of our PhD-granting programs and pursuing a dissertation project in translational research. A clinical co-mentor is required.

• Course work:
- HBP 511: Pathobiology
- HBH 550: Statistics in the Life Sciences
- MCR 549: Module: Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues in Medical Research
- HPH 566: Clinical Trials

- MCR 684: Writing a Research Proposal (or equivalent qualifier/scientific writing course)
- MCR 692: Research in Progress (or equivalent research course in their PhD program)
- MST 501: Selected Topics in Translational Research

- MST 502: Monthly Clinical Seminar Series
- SBMS Lunch Presentations (Once a month)
- Clinical Exposure (in consultation with clinical mentor)
- Grand Rounds (in consultation with clinical mentor)
- Annual Translational Medicine Symposium

** Undertake a multi-year clinical exposure with their co-mentor that is relevant to their research project.