MTM student Joshua Yang will be competing on Monday, March 28 against 9 other Berkeley grad students for cash and a chance to compete in the UC-wide Grad Slam in April.
Master of Translational Medicine student Tyler Schmeckpeper is a member of the winning team for the first UC Berkeley Intramural Global Health Case Competition.
Congratulations to the MTM Otto team, who have been awarded a VentureWell E Team grant for their design of a wearable cognitive assist device for the elderly. Otto is an integrated smartwatch solution that permits caregivers to communicate with, remind, monitor, and assess elderly patients. The project team of Aradhana Verma, Alex Diehl, and Ahmed Rahim work with Dr. Pierre Theodore of UCSF.
The Master of Translational Medicine team of Huzaifa Beg, Rahul Nayak, Danielle Chou and Sita Kumar has been selected to attend the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) from March 6 to March 8 of 2015.
MTM project “SmartDerm: A Monitoring System for Decubitus Ulcer Prevention” received $70,000 from UCSF’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute to support early translational research.
A team led by bioengineering Master of Translational Medicine and PhD students, along with UCSF bioengineering and medical faculty and staff, has received a Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation grant of $2.7 million over three years for a collaborative project aimed at reducing premature births.
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An article published in Science Translational Medicine outlines a new approach to interdisciplinary education and was written by leaders of the Master of Translational Medicine program.
April 5, 2013 – Research by one of our Master of Translational Medicine program research teams is published in JoVE and featured on medGadget — “New Vascular Catheter Remote Controlled Using MRI”. The project involves a new system that uses the magnetic field of an intraoperative MRI to move a catheter through blood vessels with high […]
August 10, 2012 – The new Master’s in Translational Medicine degree, joint between UCSF and UC Berkeley, has been approved by UC President Mark Yudof.