Collaborating with faculty across the University of Washington and partnering with local, state, and national government organizations, we conduct the full spectrum of "bench to bedside" research to improve the delivery of clinical care.
CERID is composed of infectious disease researchers grouped together for collaboration and synergy at the University of Washington's South Lake Union medical research campus.
The University of Washington Center for AIDS and STD provides patient care, research, training and education, and international technical assistance for HIV/AIDS and STD.
The Sexually Transmitted Infections Cooperative Research Center aims to investigate complex interactions between the human genital microbiome and syndromes and pathogens that contribute to STI-related morbidity.
The UW AIDS Clinical Trials Unit is part of a network of sites around the country that receives funding from the National Institutes of Health to conduct research studies on HIV-related treatments in adults.
In operation at the University of Washington, the STD Prevention Training Center has led the way in providing world-class STD training to healthcare providers in the northern United States.
The Mountain West AETC delivers innovative education and training programs that build the capacity of communities and healthcare professionals to promote wellness and decrease health disparities.
NW AETC ECHO was launched in February 2012 to expand the HIV care capacity of healthcare professionals and healthcare delivery systems in remote, underserved areas of Washington, Alaska, Montana, Idaho, and Oregon.
UW PHCBC is a consortium of providers dedicated to implementing innovative strategies to build local and state health departments’ capacities to engage in high-impact prevention in the areas of HIV testing, prevention with HIV-positive persons, and organizational development and management.
CFAR aims to foster collaborative and interdisciplinary research, support HIV research career development of young investigators, and serve HIV investigators at our affiliated institutions.
The Seattle Vaccine Trials Unit enrolls local volunteers for global health-related studies such as HIV, malaria and rhinovirus. These studies are conducted by researchers at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and the University of Washington.
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance brings together the leading research teams and cancer specialists of Fred Hutch, Seattle Children's, and UW Medicine. When you seek treatment at SCCA, you access an extraordinary group whose sole mission is the pursuit of better, longer, richer lives for our patients.
The Kenya Research and Training Center brings University of Washington faculty, students and researchers together to support research that improves health and informs policy in Kenya and other resource-limited settings across the globe. We aspire to improve health in Kenya and sub-Saharan Africa through high quality mentoring, rigorous scientific research and strong collaborations.
The Institute for Protein Design aims to design a new world of proteins to address 21st-century challenges in medicine, energy, and technology.
Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason (BRI) is an international leader in autoimmune disease research translating discoveries to real life applications.
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases supports research to address the disproportionate public health burden of asthma in inner-city populations.
The Seattle Food Allergy Consortium brings together clinical expertise in food allergy, basic science research capabilities and community participation within Seattle and the Northwest region to support finding a cure for food allergy.
The International Clinical Research Center (ICRC) was established in September 2007 to provide the essential framework and coordination to streamline the implementation of multi-center international infectious disease prevention trials. The ICRC is within the University of Washington, Department of Global Health.
The Tuberculosis Research and Training Center (TRTC) integrates efforts to address important scientific questions about tuberculosis (TB). Established in 2017 under the Division of Allergy and Infectious Disease, we provide support for TB training and research efforts in the Seattle area.