Through its education programs, CTM trainees will be ready for challenging positions in industry, government, and academia. Using the rich resources of the academic departments at the School of Pharmacy and the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business, the CTM will create interprofessional teams for each of its projects. Team members have expertise in areas such as formulating a drug, elucidating pharmacology, diagnosing a patient, designing a trial, evaluating pharmacoeconomics, and calculating the net present value. CTM is committed to providing executive educational and fellowship opportunities for professionals at varying levels of leadership in their respective industries.
Graduates from a variety of backgrounds related to medicine, statistics, engineering, pharmacy, and pharmaceutical sciences can benefit from post-doctoral training in quantitative translational medicine and pharmacometrics. Training will be tailored to meet individual needs.
CTM encourages scientists from academia, industry, regulatory, or other areas to be part of the group as a visiting scholar. Visiting scholars typically stay for one year and are free to work on projects within the group or bring their own research ideas.