The Master in Translational Research for Health (MITSa) arises linked to the training needs of human resources required by the current scientific-technological context of research in and for health in our country. It was created in 2015 by UNAJ and approved in May 2017 by CONEAU.  Since then, work has been done on its implementation, which will be in April 2020. It is no coincidence that recently, in April 2018, the Ministry of Science, Technology and Productive Innovation promoted, from CONICET, the creation of a Translational Research Network in Health (RITS)  to advocate for the dissemination of the achievements and uses of this type of research. This Master's Degree is the product of at least ten years of State policies aimed at favoring collaborative work in networks that aim to solve the difficulties of the implementation of research results and to promote the research itself as a result of Institutional collaboration, in that a large part of the teachers participated actively. A crucial aspect proposed by the RITS made up of institutions related to health care, teaching, research, and management is to promote and strengthen the training of health professionals capable of carrying out translational research in health as well as the generation and the development of centers dedicated to translational research and in particular epidemiology, clinical and health research. It is in this context that the UNAJ proposal, with the collaboration of the National Academy of Medicine, through the Epidemiological Research Institute, contributes to current and future state policies.