Research Education

Educational and training programs are in place to give our researchers of tomorrow the tools they need to succeed in the world of academia.

The Surgery Plus Program grants residents 1 to 2 years of protected time for research and the pursuit of advanced degrees with no financial obligation. 

The Department of Epidemiology and Environmental Health offers a Masters in Public Health degree that enables you to learn and practice foundational public health knowledge and competencies, as well as epidemiological, statistical, research and survey methods to help discover the determinants—including biological, behavioral, social and organizational—of diseases and injuries.

Combined degree programs are also offered allowing you to obtain two degrees in less time and fewer credits.

Research and Innovation Training Opportunities

We aim to increase educational opportunities by identifying existing opportunities within the CTSI ecosystem and work to leverage advanced communication and information technology to access learning experiences such as: