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Educational Events

T1–T4 in 3 (Minutes) Challenge

The T1 – T4 n 3 (Minutes) Challenge is held annually and is a collaborative effort from the IIMS’ office of Research Education and Mentoring, Community Engagement, and the Community Health Advisory Board (CHAB).

Learn more about the T1-T4 Challenge

Visiting Bartter

The IIMS is the proud sponsor of the Frederic C. Bartter Professorship in Clinical and Translational Research, which is supported through an endowment set up with funds from Dr. Bartter’s family and colleagues. This professorship has been held annually since 1992 and has brought the expertise of premier research investigators from around the country to the UT Health Science Center.

Learn more about the Visiting Bartter series

Research Day

We want to showcase posters that illustrate either completed or on-going research projects in Translational Science.

Learn more about our Research Day

ACTS Meeting

ACTS supports those who are committed to applying scientific methodologies to accelerate advances in human health.

Learn more about the Annual ACTS Meeting

Community Engagement Symposium

Our symposium goals are to showcase current projects within different phases of the translational spectrum for possible future collaborations; (2) to identify methods for engaging the community in all phases of research; and (3) to build the capacity of community members and researchers interested in community-campus partnerships.

Learn more about our Community Engagement Symposium

Translational Science Communication for Impact

Are you ready to amplify the way to share your scientific discoveries with the world? Join our groundbreaking Translational Science Communication for Impact (TSCI) training program from the Institute for Integration of Medicine & Science.10 Spots available. Open for faculty, post-docs and graduate students.
Curriculum will run from March to August 2024

Contact Charles W. Mathias at

Learn More about Unlocking the Power of Translational Science Communication for Impact

Research Training from Dell Medical: Research Nuts and Bolts

Dell Medical UT Austin is offering online zoom sessions on Thursdays from 10:00 am to 11:00 am on the basics of research. Feel free to join with our partners on these free trainings.

Upcoming sessions:
January 25th
Responsible Conduct of Research: Principles and Application-Dr. Charles De Souza

February 8th
Legal Issues in Clinical Research: Informed Consent and Vulnerable Populations-Tom Street

February 22nd
HIPAA and Research-Tom Street

February 29th
Everything You Ever Wanted to Ask PI but Never Had the Chance to (faculty Panel)

See more on the link below

To learn More about Dell Med Trainings please contact Leta Moser at

Link to Syllabus_Research Nuts and Bolts

VPR UTHSCSA Clinical Trials Scholars Program

The Clinical Trials Scholars program is for junior faculty to learn how to start and manage sponsored clinical trials at UT Health San Antonio from experienced researchers, research administration staff, and industry representatives. The program will be conducted in 7 monthly, virtual sessions from 12-1 PM.

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