Establishing successful sustainable research and science education programs is Dr. Michael Lichtenstein’s career focus. In 2001 he led the team that created the San Antonio Masters of Science in Clinical Investigation Degree, the first non-departmentally based program at the UT Health Science Center. Over the past thirteen years, 114 research professionals from diverse backgrounds have earned the Masters Degree. In 2011, Dr. Lichtenstein coordinated development of a joint Translational Science PhD between the UT Health Science Center and three other academic components of the UT System (UT San Antonio, UT Austin, and UT School of Public Health). As technologies and learning platforms/methods rapidly evolve, Dr. Lichtenstein is excited in contributing to the growing experience and body of knowledge focused on how to prepare a diverse workforce for successful clinical and translational science careers.
Pruski LA, Blanco SL, Riggs RA, Grimes KK, Fordtran CW, Barbola GM, Cornell JE, Lichtenstein MJ. (2013) Construct Validation of the Self-Efficacy Teaching and Knowledge Instrument for Science Teachers-Revised (SETAKIST-R): Lessons Learned. J Sci Teacher Educ. 2013;24:1133-1156.
Garcia CH, Espinoza SE, Lichtenstein M, Hazuda HP. (2013) Health literacy associations between Hispanic elderly patients and their caregivers. J Health Commun. 2013;18 Suppl 1:256-72.
Pienta KJ, Gelato MC, Lichtenstein MJ. (2012) Forging the Association for Clinical and Translational Science (ACTS). Clin Transl Sci. 2012 Apr;5(2):117-8.
Lichtenstein MJ. (2010) ACP Journal Club. Testosterone increased risk for adverse events in older men with mobility limitations. Ann Intern Med. 2010 Dec 21;153(12):JC6-7.