Training, outreach and diversity

Professor Elizabeth Halloran (FHCRC, University of Washington) is the Lead of the Outreach component. 

CIDID is committed to integrating trainees into the ongoing research program. The Center brings together and leverages support for several key educational and outreach activities. 



Support for Pre-doctoral research assistant positions and Postdoctoral fellows each year
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Seminar series for outside speakers
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The NIGMS-supported Summer Institute in Statistics and Modeling in Infectious Diseases (SISMID) held in Seattle. (PI: Prof. Halloran)
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The NSF-supported Research Experience for Undergraduates at the University of Georgia on Population Biology of Infectious Diseases (PI: John Drake, University of Georgia) 
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The Fred Hutch Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) .  
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New Masters students course 'Analysis of Time Series', developed by Ed Ionides
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Activities for school programs, such as a disease transmission simulation exercise for middle school
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The NIGMS-supported International Clinics on Infectious Disease Dynamics and Data (ICI3D) Program (PI: Steve Bellan, University of Georgia) that aims to build capacity in epidemiological modeling in the US and Africa.  
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The Emory-Tibet Science Initiative (Instructor: Rustom Antia, Emory), a partnership between Emory University and the Dalai Lama
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Travel grants for students and postdoctoral fellows

Partnership with Seattle Central College MESA Program, in collaboration with Hutch United.
Activities include seminars and hands-on lab activities at Fred Hutch, internships and networking/mentoring.