Advancing Health Through Biomedical, Clinical and Translational Sciences

At the University of Missouri School of Medicine, you’ll find outstanding research and educational programs in biomedical, clinical and translational sciences focused specifically on translating the discoveries into community-based products, services and practices for our state and nation.

Few universities share MU’s potential for saving lives through research. More than 1,000 life scientists — all on one campus — unite in improving health by studying humans, animals, plants and the environment. Their efforts concentrate on the deadliest diseases, such as cancer and cardiovascular disease, and the most vulnerable patients, including children and the elderly.

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Research Education and Training

Several opportunities exist for students and faculty alike to develop their research expertise. 

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Ask Me About My Research

Learn about our scientists and their projects through their Ask Me About My Research videos.

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Investigator Resources

At the University of Missouri School of Medicine, our researchers have access to a suite of resources and tools to aid their research efforts. 

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