AHEAD Program

The Advancing Health Equity and Diversity (AHEAD) initiative is an effort out of the Collaborative Center for Health Equity (CCHE) with three programs associated with the ICTR currently recruiting post-doctoral or junior faculty scholars with a focus on health disparities/health equity research. AHEAD

Certificate in the Fundamentals of Clinical Research

The Fundamentals of Clinical Research certificate provides formal training and a practicum in research design and statistical analysis for professionals in health care, biotechnology, and in the pharmaceutical industry. To conduct clinical studies, it is …

Community-Based Research Learning Opportunities

1. Online Learning Modules ICTR has compiled the following on-line video and/or audio recordings of recent lectures on methods and issues related to community & clinical outcomes research. Community-Academic Research Partnerships This module offers a …

Fundamentals of Clinical Trials – Online Training

These online training modules consist of recorded slide presentations prepared by David DeMets, PhD, Department of Biostatistics & Medical Informatics at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. They are intended to provide an overview of …

Health Equity Leadership Institute (HELI)

In partnership with the Maryland Center for Health Equity in the School of Public Health, University of Maryland College Park, ICTR’s Collaborative Center for Health Equity (CCHE) hosts the Health Equity Leadership Institute (HELI) is an …

ICTR Online Scientific Writing Workshops

These workshops target residents, post-doctoral fellows, graduate students and junior faculty new to UW in health professions who conduct clinical research. They are designed to meet individual and institutional needs to enhance training programs for …

ICTR Research Learning Series – Online Video Archive

A collection of online recordings from ICTR’s monthly series. These presentations, featuring scientific and practical research topics, are especially aimed at research coordinators, new and/or young investigators, research scholars, and health professional and graduate students. …