At Arizona State University, clinical partnerships—which tie together researchers, healthcare practitioners and the community—lie at the intersection of social embeddedness and use-inspired research. In biomedical research, ASU does not rely on a medical school for the crosstalk needed to trigger health-related innovations. Rather, ASU has created a network with its clinical partners —area hospitals and healthcare organizations—to provide inspiration, test innovations and real-world training for its students, and to bring research back to the community in which it exists. Learn more.

Clinical Partnerships serve as a link between ASU’s colleges and institutes to various industrial and clinical partners in the community: Learn more about our partnerships.

What is the Pre-Health Internship Program?

Pre-Health Internship Program A university-wide program designed to develop high quality activities that give ASU students the practical experience needed to be competitive in post-graduate degree programs and careers.