The T90 program provides two-three years of clinical research training for doctoral-level CIH providers (e.g., ND, DC, and DAOM) at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA. T90 trainees are matched with experienced, funded, clinical researchers who have active research projects in the domains of CIH. T90 mentors represent five schools within the University of Washington, including the Schools of Medicine, Nursing, Public Health, Social Work and Pharmacy. T90 trainees also receive didactic training in the methods and skills required to design and implement clinical research in the fields of CIH. T90 trainees and R90 participants also train with each other in quarterly retreats to foster mutual understanding, respect, and knowledge of trainees’ respective fields.
Highlights of the BRIDG T90 Basic Clinical Research Curriculum: For T90 trainees
- Fundamentals of epidemiology and biostatistics for clinical researchers
- Study design
- Designing and working with a multi-disciplinary research team
- Grant writing
- Clinical trials
- Responsible conduct of research & research ethics
Highlights of the BRIDG Advanced Clinical CIH Research Curriculum: For T90 and R90 trainees
- Overview of translational research
- Translational research methods: Biomarker development, brain imaging, “omics”
- Clinical epidemiology: analytical approaches, control selection, GWAS, existing data resources
- Case reporting
- Qualitative research
- Placebo effects
- CIH in vulnerable populations
- Natural products research
- Mind-body therapies
- Behavioral research methods in CIH
- Health services research in CIH
More details on eligibility requirements for each program can be found on the eligibility criteria page.
Ready to apply? Complete your application online. (Tip: Open in Chrome or Firefox, not Safari) Application submission deadline: July 1, 2017.
Have questions? Contact the BRIDG program.