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The Institute of Translational Health Sciences announced today the release of the three videos that have been developed to support the study, “Attitudes about the Ethics of Research on Medical Practices (RoMP).” The RoMP ethics study, which is a collaboration between ITHS and Spectrum at...

The Institute of Translational Health Sciences has been selected to present its new Research START (Study and Trial Accelerator for Research Teams) project at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) workshop on the Enrollment and Retention of Participants in NIH-funded Clinical Trials. The workshop, which...

The Institute of Translational Health Sciences announced today the launch of new website focused on the study, “Attitudes about the Ethics of Research on Medical Practices (RoMP),” which is a collaboration between ITHS and Spectrum at Stanford University. The RoMP study is assessing the ethical...

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...

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,...

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...