Clinical & Translational Science

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At MCW, we understand that research is only half of the equation, and that translating great research to help others is truly the end result. If you dream of contributing to the body of scientific knowledge and transforming research outcomes to care for the sick and improve community health, MCW’s Clinical & Translational Science (CTSI) program was designed for you.

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Areas of Focus: Epidemiology and Outcomes Research, Translational Research, Commercial Development

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Clinical & Translational Science (MD/MS)

If you wish to pursue a medical career with a research focus, addressing the need for cutting-edge translational research that leads to improved care, the Clinical & Translational Science dual-degree program at MCW was designed for you. As a student in our CTSI MD/MS program, you will receive a great deal of mentoring from dedicated faculty, to assist you with balancing your coursework with the necessary research components to successfully complete your degree. If you would like to be considered for our MD/MS dual-degree, please apply via the American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS) and select the Combined Medical Degree/Graduate Degree. Concurrent acceptance to MCW’s Medical School is required.

Clinical & Translational Science (MS)

The Clinical & Translational Science Master of Science degree program at MCW was designed for students like you, interested in meeting the translational research training needs of healthcare professionals, clinical investigators, research scientists and those working in biomedical industries. As a participant in our program, you will gain knowledge in areas such as epidemiology and outcomes research (population and clinical), translational research (bench to bedside) and commercial development (regulatory compliance).

Clinical & Translational Science (Certificate)

The Clinical & Translational Science certificate program offered in conjunction with the Master of Science Program in Clinical & Translational Science and the Clinical & Translational Science Institute (CTSI). Coursework focuses on two main concentrations of clinical and translational science – Translational Research and Commercial Development of Drugs, Biologics, Devices and Diagnostics. The credits you earn in the program can be applied toward the Master of Science program in Clinical & Translational Science within one year of completing your certificate.