How ITHS supports you:


To move laboratory discoveries into disease treatments and prevention strategies takes a multidisciplinary effort. The ITHS can provide you with access to information, services, funding and training for research teams working on translational science questions. Let us help you move your research forward no matter what your starting point is.

Research Navigator      
Letter of Support      


Planning Your Research:

A well-designed study is crucial to successful translational research. Equipment, sample size, and data management must be carefully considered. Clinical research must also address IRB and regulatory issues. ITHS can help you navigate your options in person or through our seminars.

Data/Informatics Support Drug and Device Support
Biostatistics Support Regulatory Support
Research Coordinators DSM Plans


Running Your Research:

Whether you are doing basic research, a clinical study or testing a new drug or device, new issues arise as projects move forward. You may need different equipment or have ethics questions. Contact us with your mid-study questions.

Bioethics Consulting Drug and Device Support
ITHS Facilities Research Coordinators
ITHS Services Clinical Research Centers


Funding Your Research:

ITHS offers pilot funding opportunities for generating preliminary data. Awards are given for basic science projects, pre-clinical projects, community-based research, and for technology access to ITHS-approved facilities. We can also provide a Letter of Support.

ITHS Funding Opportunities      
Letter of Support      


Engaging with the Community:

Research doesn't end with experiments. It's important for the public to understand the role that biomedical research plays in curing disease. The ITHS assists researchers interested in community or practice-based research throughout the five-state WWAMI region.

Engaging Hispanic-Serving Organizations      
Conducting Practice-Based Research      


February 25, 2015
Are you looking for a way to more effectively collect and manage your study data? Research teams across the world are turning to Research Electronic Data Capture (REDCap), a free, rapidly evolving web tool for researchers in the translational domain, for just this reason. In this month's Tune-up, Bas de Veer, ITHS REDCap Administrator, provides training sessions for beginning and... more
February 17, 2015
The Institute of Translational Health Sciences is offering interactive, two-hour group trainings to academic, scientific, business, and medical leaders who want to expand their abilities to present in a convincing and effective manner.   These sessions will take place on April 9, 2015, at UW Medicine South Lake Union in Seattle. Participants at the session will learn and... more
February 11, 2015
REDCap projects often have multiple stakeholders, each with a different area of interest or focus for the project. The REDCap proficiencies of these stakeholders can also vary, which poses challenges when you are trying to provide a high-level overview of how you are constructing the project’s variables. One solution to this challenge is to leverage the Codebook that is already... more

Access REDCapVolunteer of Recruit ParticipantsGet Started at UW or Chilren's CRCFind a Research Coordinator

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Partners and Collaborators

University of Washington Fred Hutch Seattle Children's Hospital Research Foundation Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Benaroya Research Institute Group Health Northwest Association for Biomedical Research Research Match University of Wyoming University of Alaska, Fairbanks University of Alaska, Anchorage Montana State University University of Montana Idaho State University University of Idaho Boise State University Washington State University

The Institute is supported by grants UL1TR000423, KL2TR000421, and TL1TR000422 from the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational
Sciences through the Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program (CTSA).

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