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ITHS Abstracts Accepted by Translational Science Meeting

The Association for Clinical and Translational Science has accepted four abstracts from the Institute of Translational Health Sciences (ITHS) for poster presentation at the Translational Science 2014 Meeting, which will take place April 9 to 11, 2014, in Washington, DC. The accepted abstracts discuss the...

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ITHS Hosts First-Ever Puget Sound NIH K-Awardee Event

ITHS Hosts First Ever Puget Sound NIH K-Awardee Event

The Institute of Translational Health Sciences (ITHS), in partnership with the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research and Fred Hutch, hosted a panel discussion and networking reception for National Institutes of Health K-Award recipients on February 27, 2014. The event, which was the first of its...

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ITHS Supplements Evaluation Metrics with Value Judgments

Evaluation & the Health Professions recently published a journal article written by a group of Institute of Translational Health Sciences (ITHS) faculty and staff describing ITHS’ hybrid approach to program evaluation. The authors, led by Dr. Craig S. Scott (pictured), detailed their rationale for focusing on...

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ITHS Launches New Newsletter

The Institute of Translational Health Sciences launched its new newsletter, the ITHS Research Connector, earlier today. The goal of this newsletter is to highlight some of the many ITHS resources and tools available to researchers. The newsletter will also share researcher success stories. The first issue...

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Researcher Spotlight: Featuring Benjamin Wilfond

Bioethics Role with ITHS Facilitates Response to SUPPORT Study Dr. Benjamin Wilfond is an attending pediatric pulmonologist and Director of the Treuman Katz Center for Pediatric Bioethics at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Given his passion for pediatric pulmonology and bioethics, it is not surprising that he developed...

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PENUT Trial Seeks to Improve Well Being of Premature Babies

The PENUT (Preterm Epo Neuroprotection) trial is a new study being led by University of Washington researchers who are assessing whether erythropoietin (Epo) can provide neurological protection for infants who are born extremely prematurely. This study is seeking a treatment for the approximately 50,000 infants...

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REDCap Supports Resident’s Unconventional Research Pursuits

Dr. Aaron Kusano, a resident in the University of Washington Department of Radiation Oncology, has research interests that he admits fall a bit outside the conventional realm of radiation oncology. He has examined the burnout amongst academic chairs of radiation oncology departments in the past. He...

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