The ITHS Education Program supports investigators, graduate students, scholars, and research support staff through the development and maintenance of curriculum and career development education.
ITHS strives to prepare the next generation of translational science teams by incorporating core competencies into all our education programs.
ITHS invites faculty, staff and post-doctoral fellows to attend the two-day Introduction to Clinical Research Boot Camp in July. This is an intensive workshop designed to provide foundational knowledge in designing and managing clinical trials for research team members new to the translational process....21 June, 2019
The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) has awarded ITHS and Mark Sodders, DAOM, L.Ac., $350,000 over three years to add a new concentration into the KL2 program. NCCIH, an institute at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), created this opportunity to leverage......23 May, 2019
Sixteen new trainees will join the ITHS TL1 Translational Research Training Program in June 2019. In addition to a year of research support and mentored training, TL1 scholars join a multi-disciplinary cohort of investigators engaged in learning about the field of translational science. “As co-directors......07 May, 2019
To support regional engagement in the Introduction to Clinical Research Boot Camp, ITHS is offering a limited number of $500 travel awards for both faculty and staff to attend the Boot Camp. Awards will be reviewed and distributed on a rolling basis. Please note, applying......30 April, 2019
This year, the University of Washington Latino Center for Health will recognize ITHS KL2 Alumna Monica Campo-Patino for her achievements in medical research. Monica Campo-Patino, MD, MPH receives this award to honor both her scientific merit and her ability to secure ongoing research and career......18 April, 2019