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M.S. in Translational Medicine

Fall 2023 admissions is open from September 2022 to June 2023. Priority deadline is Dec. 15, 2022.
Program Highlight

The Master of Science in Translational Medicine is a two-year joint program between the Henry E. Riggs School of Applied Life Sciences at Keck Graduate Institute and Irell & Manella Graduate School of Biological Sciences at City of Hope. This program is aimed at providing students with an applied research experience and an in-depth understanding of how to translate basic research into medical products from the perspectives of both academic research (discovery) and downstream commercial development. Graduates will be uniquely positioned to begin research laboratory careers in the biotechnology/pharmaceutical industry, clinical or academic laboratories, or pursue further education at the doctoral level, medical education or both.

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Graduates are prepared for careers in the biotech/pharmaceutical industry, clinical or academic laboratories or for further education at the doctoral level.

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Research at City of Hope

As an independent biomedical, treatment and education center, City of Hope is focused on basic and clinical research in cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases.

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