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ITHS Congratulates Outgoing TL1 Summer Trainees

ITHS Congratulates Outgoing TL1 Summer Trainees

TL1 Summer TraineesThe Institute of Translational Health Sciences extends its congratulations on a job well done to 12 University of Washington students as they conclude the ITHS summer-long TL1 Multidisciplinary Pre-doctoral Clinical Research Training Program.

The goal of the TL1 program is to increase the number of well-trained clinician-scientists capable of assuming lead roles in the design and oversight of future interdisciplinary clinical and translational investigations.

The summer-long version of the TL1 program focused on enabling pre-doctoral students to work with interdisciplinary teams who are conducting clinical and translational research in the laboratory, healthcare settings, or in the community.

The 12 students who are finishing their summer-long training represent all six of the UW health sciences schools:

  • Monique Luu, School of Dentistry
  • Sohaib Soliman, School of Dentistry
  • Adam Szajman, School of Dentistry
  • Elana Feldman, School of Medicine
  • Daron Vandeleur, School of Medicine
  • Shih-Yin Lin, School of Nursing
  • Natsuko Wood, School of Nursing
  • Michael Liao, School of Pharmacy
  • Jessica Sontheimer, School of Pharmacy
  • Christine Korhonen, School of Public Health
  • Jessica LePak, School of Social Work
  • Katherine Querna, School of Social Work

About the ITHS TL1 Translational Research Training Program

The ITHS TL1 Program is a one-year mentored research training program for predoctoral students. This program creates a cross-disciplinary community and provides Trainees with specific training, career development opportunities, and team science skills to help them function effectively within translational science teams. The TL1 Program is open to applicants from all disciplines and backgrounds who meet the eligibility criteria.
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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).

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