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About ITHS

About ITHS

The Institute of Translational Health Sciences is dedicated to speeding science to the clinic for the benefit of patients and communities throughout Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho.

Research Services

Research Services

ITHS offers resources to researchers that increase the speed at which scientific discoveries can be translated into treatments that improve health outcomes for patients and communities.

Education & Training

The ITHS Education Program supports investigators and scholars through the development and maintenance of curriculum and career development education.

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Educational Program Graduates

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ITHS Supported Publications

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Upcoming Events

  • Have you ever run a registration or enrollment survey in REDCap with a limited number of spots? Did you wish that you could automatically limit the number of survey responses? Now, you can set a maximum number of responses to collect with the new “Response......

  • With almost 40 scientific and program poster presentations and an award ceremony, the HUB South Ballroom was abuzz during the inaugural ITHS Translational Research Expo. This celebratory event was an opportunity for the wider university to share in the successes of the ITHS translational research scholar community....

  • Ten awardees have been selected for the ITHS Translational Research Scholars Program (TRSP). This program offers one year of high-quality, targeted, and structured career development for investigators from across the five-state WWAMI region....

  • Now that projects can have repeating forms, you may want a clearer delineation between repeated iterations of each form. In order to easily distinguish between the repeated forms, you can set up a custom label to help identify which form is which. Setting up a......

  • ITHS TL1 Translational Research Trainee Andrew Bender sees engineering as an opportunity to realize “natural fixes” for challenges by serving as link between fundamental discoveries in science and devices or products which improve healthcare....

  • Translational research stands to benefit greatly from a flexible funding mechanism which can invest in both innovative research approaches and in developing the translational workforce. The ITHS Pilot Award Program was set up as a response to provide supportive funds to investigators. ...

Upcoming Events

Jul
24
Mon
10:00 am Data-Planet Statistical Datasets @ Odegaard Undergraduate Library OUGL102
Data-Planet Statistical Datasets @ Odegaard Undergraduate Library OUGL102
Jul 24 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Join us for an exploration of the UW Libraries latest online research tool, Data-Planet Statistical Datasets. Data-Planet is an interdisciplinary e-resource geared exclusively toward helping users find, display, manipulate, and cite statistical data. We are already seeing the benefit to users as they search for...
Jul
26
Wed
12:00 pm HSL Summer Seminar Series: Focus... @ Health Sciences Library, 3rd Floor Classroom
HSL Summer Seminar Series: Focus... @ Health Sciences Library, 3rd Floor Classroom
Jul 26 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm
Please join us for a series of 30-minute seminars at HSL this summer.  Seminars will be on Wednesdays at 12:00-12:30 from July 19 through August 16 in the 3rd floor classrooms. Learn about resources and strategies to help you monitor your impact on your field...
Jul
28
Fri
8:00 am Surviving & Thriving During the ... @ UW South Lake Union, Brotman Auditorium
Surviving & Thriving During the ... @ UW South Lake Union, Brotman Auditorium
Jul 28 @ 8:00 am – 3:15 pm
This annual UW Department of Medicine workshop is held in July each year. The course covers skills necessary for academic success, such as grant writing, scientific writing, oral presentation, and job negotiations. The course is designed for research fellows and is open to fellows and...
Aug
1
Tue
10:00 am Introduction to REDCap @ Health Sciences Library, lower level, Room T229
Introduction to REDCap @ Health Sciences Library, lower level, Room T229
Aug 1 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
The introductory class is offered monthly and is geared towards new or novice users of the REDCap system. However, people who want a refresher course are welcome to attend. Learn more about this class. The Pacific Room (Room T229) is located on the lower level...
Aug
2
Wed
12:00 pm HSL Summer Seminar Series: Focus... @ Health Sciences Library, 3rd Floor Classroom
HSL Summer Seminar Series: Focus... @ Health Sciences Library, 3rd Floor Classroom
Aug 2 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm
Please join us for a series of 30-minute seminars at HSL this summer.  Seminars will be on Wednesdays at 12:00-12:30 from July 19 through August 16 in the 3rd floor classrooms. Learn about resources and strategies to help you monitor your impact on your field...
Aug
3
Thu
9:30 pm NCI/NCATS Discuss NIH SBIR/STTR ... @ Agora Conference Center
NCI/NCATS Discuss NIH SBIR/STTR ... @ Agora Conference Center
Aug 3 @ 9:30 pm – 11:45 pm
This exciting event has two parts: SBIR & STTR experts from the National Institutes of Health will be in Seattle on August 3rd to discuss the SBIR/STTR program, practical strategies for developing competitive proposals, current funding opportunities and other programs aimed at facilitating the success...
Aug
8
Tue
10:00 am REDCap Advanced Class – Data Dic... @ Health Sciences Library, lower level, Room T229
REDCap Advanced Class – Data Dic... @ Health Sciences Library, lower level, Room T229
Aug 8 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
The Data Dictionary Class is meant for users who want to create larger studies quickly by using the Data Dictionary. This class assumes that you have at least some working knowledge of REDCap and Microsoft Excel. Topics will include: Advanced Branching Logic Data Dictionary Syntax...

Cite ITHSThe Institute is supported by grants UL1 TR002319, KL2 TR002317, and TL1 TR002318 from the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through the Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program (CTSA).

Please help us continue to support your research by citing our grant number(s) in publications we supported.