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The Doctor of Philosophy in Translational Biomedical Sciences degree program at Georgia State University is unique in its interdisciplinary approach, which spans science, business and law. The program offers an educational focus in microbial pathogenesis, infectious disease, vaccinology, immune regulation, cardiovascular and metabolic disease and translational medicine, along with training in entrepreneurship, innovation and commercialization of scientific discoveries through the J. Mack Robinson College of Business and the College of Law. It delivers professional development through a partnership with the College of Business’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute as well as the private sector. Students will conduct research with renowned faculty members in the institute’s advanced research facilities.
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