Eureka Institute.
Arizona Seasonal School
LocationTucson, Arizona, USA
DatesTo be confirmed
Learning OutcomesBy the end of this course, participants will be able to:
  • Articulate how a translational approach to scientific research can expedite the movement of knowledge to improvements in health
  • Describe the critical role of patients in translational research and list ways of engaging them in the process
  • Define the fundamental knowledge domains and skills required in translational research
  • Grow their professional international network of translational researchers


The University of Arizona is offering a 4-day certificate course on effective Translational Medicine in collaboration with the Eureka Institute. The course is designed for medical fellows, post-docs and advanced graduate students. Together, we will examine how clinical medicine can inform research and how collaboration between clinical and bench scientists can expedite innovation to tackle the most complex challenges and improve patient health.

Addressing these health issues requires more than deep scientific knowledge. Being an agent of change also requires an understanding of the fundamental knowledge domains and skills of Translational Medicine, including translational approaches to problem-solving in health, the critical role of patients in translational research, intellectual property, regulation, collaboration, critical thinking, reflection, creative problem solving and communication.

Join an international group of participants on a journey that will navigate through real-world problems. The course aims to inspire, train, and challenge you to become part of a new generation of translational scientists needed to identify and tackle the most urgent problems in medicine.

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