Student Interest Group

Current undergraduate, graduate or postdoctoral trainees interested in injury research are invited to join the Student Interest Group at Harborview Injury Prevention & Research Center.

Our core focuses include traumatic brain injury, violence prevention, injury care, safe and active transport and global injury, among other injury-related topics.

Benefits:

  • HIPRC mentorship
  • Access to HIPRC databases
  • Office facilities and resources, as available
  • Opportunities for networking

Responsibilities:

  • Completion of an annual survey
  • Acknowledgement of HIPRC on presentations, posters and papers
  • Inclusion of your name and research project on the HIPRC website.
  • Members are also encouraged to attend and participate in Work-in-Progress presentations at our Seattle office.

How to Join:

Contact HIPRC Research Scientist Brianna Mills at brmills@uw.edu or fill out the Methods Core Project Inquiry Form.

HIPRC’s Student Interest Group

  • Caitlin Moe, M.S.

    Public Policy
    cmoe2@uw.edu

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  • Erik Philipson

    Research Assistant, Department of Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine
    Neurobiology, Public Health & Disability
    University of Washington

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  • Erin Morgan, M.S.

    Epidemiology
    hiprc@uw.edu

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  • Haylea Hannah

    University of Washington
    Ph.D. in Epidemiology

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  • Riffat Ara Shawon, MBBS, MPH

    Epidemiology
    shawon@uw.edu

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  • Scott Erickson

    Research Assistant, Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine
    hiprc@uw.edu

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  • Wilson Hammett

    University of Washington

    Master’s of Public Health in Global Health

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Other Student Opportunities

Undergraduate & Graduate:

The INSIGHT Research Program for undergraduate and graduate students is a paid eight-week internship. Interns work hands-on with a specific research project under the guidance of a faculty mentor. Students from a variety of related fields are encouraged to apply.
Applications are due January each year for the coming summer session.

Postdoctoral:

The two-year T-32 Pediatric Injury Research Training Program seeks to train the next generation of injury researchers. We offer a well-balanced curriculum on injury control to equip our research fellows with the skills and experience to conduct interdisciplinary research. Physicians and clinical or non-clinical Ph.D.s in related fields are encouraged to apply.