BCSDP: Related Links in Translational Research
The BCSDP is part of a growing and exciting commitment to interdisciplinary ("translational") research on the Berkeley campus. UCB and UCSF faculty from many departments are engaged in revolutionizing research and teaching by bringing together the expertise of world-class researchers from a wide range of disciplines, including bioengineering, chemical engineering, computer science, molecular and cell biology, developmental biology, physics, chemistry, psychology, and optometry.
The following links provide information about related programs, departments, and research groups, including departments affiliated with our BCSDP faculty mentors.
|NEI Home Website||Additional information about grant and contract support, research training, and career development|
|UCB Vision Science Program||Information about Berkeley's interdisciplinary program with affiliated faculty from many departments and research disciplines|
|UCB Optometry Program||The premier Doctor of Optometry training program, including world-renowned faculty and researchers|
|UCB School of Public Health||Graduate school website detailing innovative and interdisciplinary teaching, research, and service programs that train leaders to promote and protect the health of the human population|
|UCB Dept. of Psychology||Site offering information on interdisciplinary, cutting-edge research labs, faculty projects, and undergraduate and graduate teaching programs|
|UCB Dept. of Bioengineering||Website with information regarding interdisciplinary research and education at the intersection of engineering, medicine, and the physical and natural sciences|
|UCB Neuroscience Institute||Information about the program's integration of neuroscience faculty across the University, and the use of diverse research approaches to address central questions in neuroscience|
|UCB Dept. of Chemical Engineering||Site for department sponsoring a diverse range of research, from bioengineering to materials and environmental engineering|
|UCSF Dept. of Ophthalmology (Proctor Foundation)||Foundation dedicated to fellowship training, faculty research, medical group practice, clinical diagnostic laboratory, and international research and training|