Stanford University | Center for Clinical and Translational Research – Spectrum
Spectrum, the Stanford Center for Clinical and Translational Research, bridges the translational spectrum from basic research to public health. As one of Stanford’s 19 designated independent labs, centers, and institutes, Spectrum provides a physical and intellectual intersection between schools and disciplines to advance high-impact research. By catalyzing interdisciplinary research, developing educational programs, providing support services, and innovating methods and processes, Spectrum advances the translation of biomedical discoveries into interventions that improve health. Spectrum is home to the Stanford Clinical & Translational Science Award (CTSA), funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) (Grant: UL1TR003142).
Basic Training Engagement Experiential Training Scholar & Certificate Programs Graduate/Post-Graduate Education TASC (Translational Applications Service Center) Postdoc Training TRAM (Translational Research & Applied Medicine) PhD in Epidemiology and Clinical Research PhD in Health Policy Biosciences PhD Bioengineering PhD MS Biomedical Informatics MS Community Health and Prevention Research MS Epidemiology MS Health Services Research MS Laboratory Animal Science