Request for Applications: Certificate Program in Translational Research (CPTR)

CPTR is a multidisciplinary, innovative program that provides pre-doctoral or postdoctoral trainees with the expertise and experience to translate fundamental biomedical scientific discoveries into treatments that will benefit human health. Sixteen credits of didactic training focused on translational research in Emory’s Laney Graduate School of Emory University are required to complete the certificate program. Emory faculty and postdocs may be eligible for the Courtesy Scholarship if employed at least one year. Coursework is described in detail on the CPTR website. | Questions? | Download brochure (PDF)
*Although this program has a rolling application deadline, applicants who wish to apply for the fall 2017 semester should submit applications by end of July or early August.

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