Education & Training

Education & Training

The ITHS Education Program supports investigators, graduate students, scholars, and research support staff through the development and maintenance of curriculum and career development education.

Core Competencies

ITHS strives to prepare the next generation of translational science teams by incorporating core competencies into all our education programs.

Pre-Doctoral Programs

Graduate Programs

We offer training opportunities for graduate students from across the University of Washington.

Post-Doctoral Programs

ITHS offers training opportunities for post-doctoral candidates from across the five-state WWAMI region.

Professional Development

Professional Development

ITHS offers a variety of seminars and workshops which cover a multiple topics and are intended to reach different members of the research team.

Latest News

  • 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......

  • 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......

  • 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......

  • ITHS designs and supports an assortment of tools to make the research process easier. Yet with a toolbox full of resources, it also becomes important to ask, how do these various systems work together to support a project as a whole? ITHS recently launched Leaf,......

  • Have you considered the best ways to involve the community in your scientific research? This is a big question with many parts – Who is ‘the community’? What are the benefits of community engagement to research? At what stage of research should you engage communities?......

  • They have spent years working with patients, communities, and basic research to hone their skills in clinical and translational science. Now, thanks to the ITHS KL2 Multidisciplinary Clinical Research Career Development Program, three early-career investigators will have the dedicated research time, mentorship, and funding they......

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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