20 Feb 2015

Translational Research PhD and Graduate Certificate taking enrolments

Monash clinical schools have a catchment of one million patients.
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Studying Translational Research at Monash gives you access to the University’s extensive and well-established network of clinics, hospitals, centres and institutes.

Monash University is offering a new PhD and Graduate Certificate in Translational Research. These courses offer scientists and clinicians an opportunity to develop skills in the conversion of basic research findings to clinical practice, commercial applications and therapeutic products in multidisciplinary environments.

This is an opportunity for students looking to broaden their career options and take their research findings from the laboratory all the way through to applications, therapeutics and commercialisation.

Monash's three clinical schools (co-located with Alfred Health, Box Hill Hospital and Monash Medical Centre) have teamed up with associated health services and research institutes to offer the new programs in conjunction with ARCS Australia Ltd.

For more information visit med.monash.edu.au/cecs/education/translational-research.html

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