The ITHS TL1 Translational Research Training Program is now accepting applications for our 2017 cohort. The program welcomes predoctoral students pursuing research in health.
The one-year mentored research training program provides the training, career development opportunities, and team science skills TL1 trainees need to function effectively within translational science teams.
- Full-time stipend and 60% of full-time tuition up to 18 credits
- Funding to conduct research and develop career skills
- Translational training with a multidisciplinary cohort in a supportive environment
- Mentorship from established translational researchers
WHAT PAST TRAINEES SAY
“With the generous TL1 funding, I had more time and energy to focus on my research project. I also appreciated the peer support. I learned a lot from colleagues in my cohort.” – Musetta Fu, Nurse Practitioner at UW Medicine
“The ITHS TL1 program has helped me learn how to communicate to others about my work and think about how my work links to other disciplines.” – Sharon Borja, UW School of Social Work
“The TL1 seminars provide a valuable place not only to learn about other viewpoints and other types of ongoing research, but also learn about opportunities and acquire valuable expertise.” – Laura Fraade-Blanar, UW School of Public Health
Applications accepted until January 16, 2017