Our Clinical Research Program is one of the oldest and most productive pulmonary and critical care medicine clinical research training programs in the country.
- Clinical epidemiology
- Outcome measure development and assessment
- Clinical trials
- Health services research
- Acute lung injury
- Cystic fibrosis
- Lung cancer
- Tuberculous and non-tuberculous mycobacterial infections
- Pulmonary infections
- Pulmonary hypertension
- Interstitial lung diseases
- Sleep disorders
Training in Clinical Research
Our Clinical Research Training Program has long been acknowledged as a leader in the field and has often served as a model for other institutions through its performance and publications on the subject.
By incorporating resources from the world-renowned University of Washington School of Public Health and the Institute of Translational Health Sciences, trainees are exposed to a broad range of specialties, schools of thought, and experts from across the University. Many fellows who choose this pathway will obtain a Masters or PhD in areas such as Epidemiology, Health Services Research, or Biostatistics giving them the tools they need to become more well-rounded physicians and researchers.
Faculty and fellows within the Clinical Research Program meet once a week at the Clinical Research Works in Progress conference to present on planned and active research. Here trainees are exposed to a well-developed network of outstanding clinical researchers who can offer guidance on everything from methodologies to career development.