The integrated Translational Health Research Institute of Virginia (iTHRIV) is a National Institute of Health funded Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) Program. It is a transformational cross-Commonwealth collaboration that leverages the latest advances in data science to accelerate innovation in health-related research and facilitate team science. Partners within iTHRIV include Carilion Clinic, the University of Virginia, and Virginia Tech, as well as affiliates the Center for Open Science and the UVA Licensing & Ventures Group.
iTHRIV offers a variety of tools and resources, including pilot/seed grant funding and training opportunities for research professionals and community partners. iTHRIV connects clinical and academic investigators with diverse communities, patient groups, non-profit organizations, government agencies, and industry partners for health related research. iTHRIV works to ensure that institutions are addressing the important needs of the community.
The mission of iTHRIV is to catalyze and sustain inclusive clinical and translational research through diverse, collaborative team science, innovative data science, and broad workforce development in order to improve human health and promote health equity.
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
iTHRIV rejects all forms of discrimination against any person. We are committed to justice, diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility, and belonging for all. iTHRIV programs will celebrate inclusive and diverse research teams, as they are most likely to reach the highest levels of innovation and research productivity. In our attempt to effect positive change, we commit to listening to our broad community including researchers, trainees, community members, community organizations, and other constituents. We commit to confronting bias and discrimination and fostering productive dialogue to bridge communication gaps. We commit to listening, learning and evolving toward a future of equity.