Spectrum is creating a fully integrated, University-wide, clinical and translational research community that stimulates and educates all levels of trainees interested in investigational careers focused on human health.
Programs supported by Spectrum target the continuum of trainees from the high school level through junior faculty.
Spectrum directly supports students pursuing a master’s degree in either Epidemiology or Health Services Research, through the K and T Awards, to provide the training and skills for conducting clinical and translational research.
The top applicants to the Masters Programs are selected for tuition and stipend support and appointed as Spectrum scholars and trainees.
The following programs support training in the conduct of clinical and translational research:
- Scholarly Concentrations
- Masters in Epidemiology and Clinical Research
- Masters in Health Services Research