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Texas State University Translational Health Research




Some of the most important and scientifically interesting challenges to human health transcend academic disciplines and traditional boundaries of research inquiry. The Translational Health Research Initiative seeks to transcend existing disciplines and boundaries to create and apply new knowledge that will improve health outcomes for our students, community, and the world. Translational health research seeks ways to improve the health and wellness of humans in clinical, institutional, community, and public settings.

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TSUS contract tracing project offers new job opportunities

Texas State University is collaborating with other Texas State University System institutions and communities to recruit approximately 200 contact tracers for the Texas Department of State Health Services’ Texas Health Trace initiative.

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Texas State Translational Health Research

Texas State Translational Health Research recently partnered with the City of Austin to better understand potential social determinants of health among Central Texas commuters who drive to work in the downtown Austin area. Read more about the study here: 

Downtown Austin Commuters Mostly Drive Alone To Work. Some Business Leaders Want To Change That.

2019 Commuter Research Beta Study