The Clinical Translational Sciences (CTS) Graduate Program is designed to provide a strong foundation in clinical translational sciences, either for post-baccalaureate students, including MD/PhD students, or postgraduate students already granted a terminal degree in a health science-related field (e.g., MD, DPharm, DrPH, DNP, etc.). The CTS Graduate Program offers access to research opportunities in the various University of Arizona Health Sciences Colleges, with MS and PhD degree options. Ongoing research topics in Phoenix and the faculty research facilities and researchers are listed below.

Applied NanoBioscience and Medical Device Development:

Biomedical Informatics:

Cardiovascular Biology:

Emergency Medicine:

Health Promotion and Nursing:

Immunology and Host-Microbe Interactions:

Lung Biology and Pulmonary Medicine

  • Knox, Kenneth – Bronchoalveolar lavage and immunologic lung disease.
  • Wang, Ting – Lung endothelial cell biology and genetics.

Molecular Medicine:

ASU School of Nutrition:

Neuroscience and Neuropsychiatric Disorders:

Oncology and Cancer Biology:

UA College of Pharmacy and Pharmacogenomics:

UA College of Public Health: