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Now Accepting Applications for New ITHS Pilot Awards

ITHS is continually striving to fund novel, innovative, and collaborative translational and clinical research. To advance this mission, ITHS is funding a new set of awards through our Pilot Translational and Clinical Studies program.

Research Innovation Award

Research Innovation Award

Improving the conduct of clinical trial research.

The Research Innovation Award supports specific clinical or translational research questions that can also act as a vehicle to develop new methods, policies, or procedures that will aid in the conduct of research.

Award: Up to $100,000

Applications Due: November 1, 2016

Collaboration Innovation Awards

Supporting interdisciplinary collaborations in translational research.

The Collaboration Innovation Awards are intended to encourage the development of new interdisciplinary collaborations between investigators in projects that address critical transitions in translational research.

Award: Up to $50,000

Applications Due: November 1, 2016

Collaboration Innovation Awards
Early Investigator Catalyst Awards

Early Investigator Catalyst Awards

Supporting research efforts of junior investigators.

The Early Investigator Catalyst Award program is designed to provide “just-in-time” resources to investigators looking to complete a project or collect pilot data for a larger grant application.

Award: Up to $5,000

Applications Due: October 1, January 1, April 1, July 1

Early Investigator Voucher Awards

Providing translational research studies with critical support.

ITHS is offering Voucher Awards as “in-kind” service vouchers for IRB or IACUC approved or exempt investigations in support of outstanding translational research.

Award: Up to $3,000

Applications Due: October 1, January 1, April 1, July 1

Early Investigator Voucher Awards
University of Washington
Fred Hutch
Seattle Children's

The Institute is supported by grants UL1TR000423, KL2TR000421, and TL1TR000422 from the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through the

Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program (CTSA). Please help us continue to support your research by citing our grant number(s) in publications we supported.

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ITHS

Tuesday, October 49 to 11 A.M.

Providence Auditorium, 20 West 9th Avenue

Spokane, Washington

Translational science is dependent on the movement of research advancements from one stage of discovery to the next. Yet, it takes an average of 20 years for translational science discoveries to move from the discovery phase to clinical practice. Many promising discoveries never reach those who would benefit.

Dissemination and implementation research is a growing field that aims to close the gap between discovery and practice. In this ITHS event, Dr. Michael Parchman will discuss how investigators can maximize the impact of their work by designing studies in a way that discoveries can be quickly disseminated to and implemented within real-world clinical practices.

By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

  • Explain how dissemination and implementation research fits into the continuum of translational research
  • Provide definitions and examples of terms used in dissemination and implementation research
  • Describe the key features of the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research
  • Apply the CFIR model to critique the design of an implementation intervention study

Dr. Michael Parchman is a nationally recognized scholar in chronic illness care research and the director  of Group Health Research Institute’s MacColl Center for Health Care Innovation.

LOCATION

Providence Auditorium
20 W 9th Ave
Spokane, WA 99202

REGISTRATION

There is no cost to attend, but seating is limited to the first 60 enrollees. Register today to reserve your spot.

University of Washington
Fred Hutch
Seattle Children's

The Institute is supported by grants UL1TR000423, KL2TR000421, and TL1TR000422 from the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through the

Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program (CTSA). Please help us continue to support your research by citing our grant number(s) in publications we supported.

DID YOU RECEIVE THIS AS A FORWARD?