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I-TECH's Capacity

I-TECH at the University of Washington (UW)

I-TECH is housed in the UW Department of Global Health, which employs over 300 faculty, fellows, and research scientists in global health research and training in over 50 countries. The department, which is endowed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, focuses on identification and evaluation of health problems and health inequities in underserved populations, and on the development and implementation of innovative interventions that can dramatically reduce disease burden. The department has several key programs with resources, faculty, and global networks that I-TECH routinely leverages:

Additionally, I-TECH regularly consults the following centers based at the University of Washington:

I-TECH at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)

left golden trainsI-TECH at UCSF is housed within the Department of Family and Community Medicine in the School of Medicine. I-TECH UCSF supports the overall direction and strategic planning of the central I-TECH office in Seattle. As a core partner in I-TECH, UCSF also supports I-TECH network offices and country programs by providing clinical expertise and guidance in such areas as HIV/TB coinfection, prevention, nursing, pharmacology, and clinical mentoring. The following are some of the centers and programs I-TECH UCSF collaborates with:

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