Summer 2022 course information

Virtual 30th Annual Principles of STI/HIV Research Course

The University of Washington Department of Global Health and the Center for AIDS and STD are accepting applications for the 30th Annual Principles of STI/HIV Research Course. The course will be held July 18 - July 29, 2022, 7 a.m. - 9 a.m. US West Coast / 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. US East Coast / 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. East Africa.

Please join us for 2 weeks of cross-disciplinary training in STI and HIV research and public health practice using teaching pedagogy tailored to the virtual environment

  • State-of-the-art training to develop strategies to End the HIV Epidemic and achieve PEPFAR priorities
  • Cutting-edge content delivered by US and global expert faculty lecturers
  • Opportunities to build networks with faculty and student colleagues
  • Virtual field trips to global health, community-based, and public health organizations in Seattle

In this course, you will gain a practically-oriented overview of the latest in behavioral, clinical, epidemiological, statistical, operational, and pathogenesis research in STI and HIV. This is a unique opportunity for graduate students, trainees, and early career STI/HIV researchers to learn from and network with expert faculty and colleagues from around the world through lectures, interactive learning sessions, social events, and virtual field trips.

For detailed course information, online application, and payment information, please visit the Principles of STD/HIV Research Course website.

General course application deadline:  May 15, 2022
Scholarship* application deadline: May 15, 2022 

*Scholarships are available on a limited basis. See the website for scholarship eligibility, guidelines, and application deadline.


Implementation Science in Global Health Summer Institute
This course will be held from August 22 - 26, 2022 at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA.

The Fundamentals of Implementation Science in Global Health is a one-week intensive course that provides course participants with an introduction to the emerging field of implementation science. This course outlines and explores an interdisciplinary framework of methods (including applied engineering, management tools, health systems, and policy research) applied to improving implementation and scale-up of health programs, paired with experiential case studies from global health leaders.

INTENDED AUDIENCE: This course will be of interest to researchers, policy makers, funders, and practitioners working in low- and middle-income settings who are interesting in an intensive introduction to implementation science.

DEADLINE: Course application deadline is Friday, June 10, 2022

APPLY NOW: Registration and course payment information can be found here

For detailed course information, online application, and payment information, please visit the Implementation Science in Global Health Summer Institute webpage.


Virtual 5th Annual Advanced TB Research Training Summer Course

September 12-16, 2022 from 7:30-11:00am US Pacific Time

Registration :

The TRTC/SEATRAC will hold our annual Advanced TB Research Training Course virtually. This seminar is geared toward students, trainees, as well as experienced investigators who are new to the TB field. The latest progress and research findings in the TB/HIV fields will be summarized and discussed with the majority of talks focused on clinical epidemiology and implementation science. Topics included: TB Local to Global Epidemiology, Frontiers of TB Immunology and Biomarkers, TB Diagnostics Pipeline and Landscape, Promise of Novel Vaccines and Clinical Trial Considerations, Major Challenges of TB in Low & Middle Income Countries, TB Research Unmet Needs and Priorities for the Next Decade, TB Treatment Discovery of New Drugs and Regimens, TB Pathogenesis, New Directions for TB Prevention, Salient Research Topics for TB/HIV Co-infection, TB Research Unmet Needs and Priorities for the Next Decade, Introduction to TB Disease Modeling, and more…

Registration is required, but a waiver will be issued if you are from an LMIC.

Sponsored by: UW TRTC, SEATRAC in conjunction with the Department of Medicine & Department of Global Health and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Contact Paul Drain, with any questions