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ITHS is excited to offer a two-day Introduction to Clinical Research Boot Camp for faculty, staff, and post-doctoral fellows. This intensive workshop is designed to provide foundational knowledge in designing and managing a clinical trial for researchers who are new to the translational process....

Translational science is a unique part of medical research that focuses on moving new ideas and inventions from the investigation to saving lives. Researchers need a flexible funding mechanisms to help transition their work along this path. To help fill this gap, ITHS offers four...

Many study teams face their greatest challenge of all during clinical trial recruitment. Too often hardships in finding trial participants can raise costs or result in studies closing before the target data is collected. ITHS aims to reduce this barrier by providing recruitment support in...

The CTSA Trial Innovation Network (TIN) aims to make multi-site clinical trials as efficient as possible by reducing effort and cost. To further this mission, the TIN produces a regular webinar series to disseminate novel techniques and trainings to research teams. ...

Have you ever heard the advice: “When in doubt, choose option B”? This is based on the idea that test creators have a tendency to make option B the “correct” answer on a significant amount of the questions. Using the @RANDOMORDER action tag scrambles the...

Understanding the responsibility of each cell on an individual level can open the door to targeted disease diagnoses and treatment. Currently, cost, complexity, and sheer volume of cells can limit a researcher’s ability to study what role a given cell will play in development and...

The Summer Institute in Statistics for Clinical Research (SISCR) is designed to introduce participants to state-of-the-art methodology for biomedical studies, including clinical trials and observational studies. Participants choose from a series of one-day and two-day modules and design a program best-suited to their interests. Prerequisites are...

Answering complex healthcare questions often requires input from many disciplines. For Christy McKinney, PhD, MPH, researcher and associate professor of pediatrics in craniofacial medicine at the UW and investigator at Seattle Children’s Research Institute, this meant reaching out to programming and data experts to design a...

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