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Outcomes and Translational Science Graduate Studies

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The PhD program in Outcomes and Translational Science at The Ohio State University prepares students to conduct studies at the interface between the laboratory and the clinic through course work and research components.

Prospective students will have the opportunity to pursue coursework and research training in the following tracks:

  • Pharmaceutical outcomes, including research in Pharmacoepidemiology and Medication Use and Outcomes
  • Translational Sciences, including research in Cardiac Arrhythmias and Heart Failure and Translational Cancer Pharmacology.

This program is designed for students with a variety of educational backgrounds, who want to earn a PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences with a focus on outcomes or translational sciences. Successful applicants must have a bachelor's or master's degree from an accredited college or university with a competitive academic record and demonstrated interest in research in alignment with faculty expertise. Students accepted into the Ph.D. program would receive stipend and tuition support in the form of teaching associateships, research associateships, administrative associateships or fellowships.

The Outcomes & Translational Sciences Graduate Program Specialization

Learn more about the faculty teaching in the Outcomes & Translational Sciences specialization.

Faculty teaching in OTS