An Engaging Case Study Teaching Approach
This one-credit course requires a time commitment of about one hour per week to listen to course lectures and some additional time to complete course readings and other short assignments.
stand the definitions and goals of translational research and translational science and how they differ.
- Identify a range of scientific and operational principles that can be applied to enhance preclinical translational research projects.
- Learn about the research process necessary to enable a scientific discovery to produce an effective compound that can be used in humans.
- Learn about the varied roles of different disciplines, as well as agencies — including industry, government agencies, and academic faculty and institutions — in advancing translational research and how to facilitate effective interagency and team-based partnerships.
ividuals at all career stages — from students to senior scientists — and across a variety of roles, including scientists, administrators and experts in scientific collaboration
dividuals interested in exploring translational science as a research area or career path
- Individuals interested in learning scientific, operational and partnership principles for effective translational research that can be applied to their own work
- Faculty involved in translational science education and training programs