Center for Space Medicine

TRISH Resources


The following resources are available to assist proposers and to inform the space health community. New resources and opportunities will be added as they arise.

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TRISH Knowledgebase


TRISH Research Portfolio: Explore ongoing and completed TRISH investigations to understand the TRISH research approach.

The Orbit: TRISH’s virtual community is home to collaborations and educational content for the network of space and biomedical experts.

Workshops: View recordings of previous various TRISH-sponsored scientific workshops, on various topics: space applications for the microbiome, torpor and more.

Red Risk School: Webinar series is an entry to the highest priority human health risks during space exploratory missions.

Human Research Program Investigator’s Workshop: The annual meeting for NASA’s funded investigators and TRISH grantees. View previously recorded plenary sessions here (Day 1, Day 2, Day 3 or Day 4).

MIT Media Lab Space Exploration Initiative (SEI): TRISH supports research in MIT’s Space Exploration Initiative. SEI works to forge connections with MIT's foundational space research departments, as well as with NASA and key players in the commercial sector.


NASA Resources

Content The National Aeronautics and Space Administration homepage

NASA Human Research Program (HRP): TRISH is supported by NASA HRP. The goal of the HRP is to provide human health and performance countermeasures, knowledge, technologies, and tools to enable safe, reliable, and productive human space exploration.

NASA Integrated Path to Risk Reduction: HRP organizes the most up-to-date evidence which forms the basis of existence of a risk to the human system, gaps in our knowledge about characterizing or mitigating the risk, and the tasks to be carried out in order to produce the deliverables needed to close the gaps and reduce the risk.

Countermeasure Readiness Level (CRL) and Technology Readiness Level (TRL) Descriptors: TRISH uses NASA’s CRL/TRL levels to assess project or technology status.