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Students enroll in a core set of courses and also choose an academic pathway to concentrate in a specific area of translational science.
Discovery: For students who are elucidating the basic pathophysiological etiology and/or process of disease. Projects may be proof of concept in cell or animal models or human samples.
Translational Therapeutics and Regulatory Science: For students who are testing discoveries for preclinical and/or clinical effect. Projects may be first in humans, phase 1, or assessing the safety, efficacy, quality, and performance of regulated products.
Entrepreneurial Science: For students who aim to navigate both business and academic environments as you conduct research and consider commercialization opportunities.
Bioinformatics/Biomedical Informatics: For students who are adopting informatics methodologies to develop and test their own hypotheses.