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Have you launched an active survey, but don't want to spend time checking REDCap to see if you have received new responses? An easy solution to this scenario is to set up REDCap’s “Survey Notification” function. By enabling this function, you will receive an automatic email that...

Abigail Echo-Hawk (pictured), Tribal Liaison for the Institute of Translational Health Sciences, was recently awarded a 2014 Bob Roseth Standing Ovation Award by the University of Washington Professional Staff Organization. This award is designed to honor UW professional staff members who have a high impact...

The Institute of Translational Health Sciences recently completed a three-day in-person training session in Anchorage, Alaska, for the investigators and research support staff at Southcentral Foundation’s Research Department. The training, which was led by a team from the ITHS Research Coordinator Core, presented attendees with topics that...

As the National Institutes for Health’s Clinical and Translational Science Awardee for the five-state WWAMI region, the Institute of Translational Health Sciences supports researchers at the University of Washington, Fred Hutch, Seattle Children’s, and elsewhere with their NIH-funded research. This support includes offering the infrastructure,...

Do you have a successful REDCap project that you would like to reuse or repurpose for another project? If you do, then you might want to consider using the REDCap “Copy Project” button, which lets you copy all the events, forms, variables, and settings into a new project. During...

The Institute of Translational Health Sciences announced today the acceptance of 12 University of Washington students into its yearlong TL1 Multidisciplinary Pre-doctoral Clinical Research Training Program. The TL1 program provides core curriculum and interdisciplinary research experience to pre-doctoral students across all health professions. The goal...

Men with testosterone deficiencies may soon have a new oral treatment option available to them thanks in part to a University of Washington researcher. Dr. John Amory (pictured), Professor of Internal Medicine and Section Head at the UW Medical Center, has been working on developing an...

What started as an observation about chronic kidney disease (CKD) in medically underserved populations during residency has turned into the focus of the research of Dr. Yoshio Hall, an Associate Professor in the University of Washington’s Division of Nephrology and Core Investigator in the Kidney...

Researchers have long debated whether excess weight gain is a result of genetic predisposition or an acquired trait. A neuroimaging study currently underway at the University of Washington is attempting to better understand this topic to provide new data for prevention and intervention efforts. The study,...

The lines between research and clinical care are becoming increasingly blurred in today’s clinical research environment as greater emphasis is being placed on comparative effectiveness research. The blurring of these lines raises questions for researchers, however, about the ethical implications of using randomization within clinical...

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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