Bachelor of Science in Clinical and Translational Sciences
The UR CTSI, in partnership with the UR College of Arts, Sciences & Engineering, offers a Bachelor of Science in Clinical and Translational Sciences. This major provides undergraduate students with in-depth instruction in the fundamental skills, methodology, and principles of clinical and translational research.
Learn about the bachelor’s program
Translational Science Training Resources
Find a host of learning modules, developed and curated by the UR CTSI, in our Research Education Hub on Black Board and peruse training resources and job opportunities from across the Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program on the Center for Leading Innovation and Collaboration's Education and Career Development Gateway.
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Regulatory Science Training
Explore opportunities to enhance your training, career development or research in Regulatory Science, advancing the translation of research into safe and effective medical products that benefit patients.
Faculty Career Development Courses
The UR CTSI offers two three-day, intensive professional development courses for both early-career and mid-late-career researchers.
Grant Writing Skills
Peruse our compiled list of local grant writing courses and resources, as well as tip sheets and guides from the NIH and others.
Research Centers in Minority Institutions Scholarly Exchange
The UR CTSI collaborates with the URMC Summer Scholars Program to offer research training to students who are underrepresented in the biomedical and health sciences. Undergraduates at institutions that are part of the NIH-supported Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI) program, can apply to the UR CTSI's RCMI Scholarly Exchange to get all of the benefits of the URMC Summer Scholars program - and more.
Explore the RCMI Scholarly Exchange
UR CTSI Firsts at Commencement 2023
Commencement 2023 featured several firsts for the UR CTSI, including the first graduates of our Bachelor in Clinical and Translational Sciences program and the first time one of our Translational Biomedical Science PhD graduates gave a commencement speech. Read the full blog and join us in congratulating all of our 2023 graduates!
Read more on the UR CTSI Stories Blog.