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Dr. Mary “Nora” Disis, famed translational researcher and pioneer in vaccine science, is stepping down from her position as Principal Investigator at the Institute of Translational Health Sciences. Stepping into the role is John K. Amory, MD, MPH, MSc, Professor of Medicine and Section Head...

Dear colleagues and friends at the Institute of Translational Health Sciences, As I change my role within this remarkable institute that has been my professional home for more than a decade, I am filled with gratitude and pride for the incredible journey we have shared together....

Over the last decade, Dr. Sean Mooney has played a pivotal role as the Director of Informatics for the Institute of Translational Health Sciences, spearheading numerous initiatives aimed at bridging the gap between research and clinical practice. He has been instrumental in forging partnerships between...

One of the most effective tools ITHS offers in the quest for study subjects is the Participate in Research website, helping researchers and potential participants to connect. Launched in 2015, the site is a centralized online location for research teams post their studies to including...

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is offering a unique funding opportunity for students interested in basic or patient-oriented research related to conditions that co-occur with Down syndrome, linked to awards held by ITHS.  Predoctoral students at the University of Washington and Montana State University...

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has chosen the University of Montana’s L.S. Skaggs Institute of Health Innovation as the new Pacific Northwest location for one of five entrepreneurial hubs across the United States. Dubbed SIHI-REACH, this hub will support academic innovators across the WWAMI region...

This year, we begin a new profile series to shed light on some of the distinguished scholars currently participating in our KL2 Program.  We begin with Blake Langley, ND, LAc., who is clinically trained as a naturopathic physician and acupuncturist. Langley is currently a staff...

ITHS has a long history of helping researchers prepare for submitting a grant, creating a study or even helping to shape up research ideas that are in early stages. Sometimes researchers need a broader perspective on study design and implementation from clinical investigators and other experts,...

A recent study partially funded by ITHS shines new light on the plasticity of the brain and could have implications in various fields of study. Cynthia Price, PhD, MA, LMT, is a respected Research Professor at the University of Washington School of Nursing, and director of...