Educating the Next Generation of Scientists

We recognize that to solve the salient needs necessary to send humans farther into space than man has ever traveled requires ensuring the next generation of scientists be trained - and inspired. At TRISH, we meet this need by providing a diverse range of educational resources ranging from series that explains the top risks humans face in deep space in layman's terms to mentorship for early career scientists from an Apollo program professor emeritus of astronautics to deep dive research presentations from cutting-edge researchers. TRISH has everyone covered from the space enthusiast to seasoned scientists.

Space Health Primer

Dr. John B. Charles presents this introduction to space health, including history of human spaceflight, its hazards, and methods of spaceflight research. The talk is a primer for those new to the field of space health research.

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The Red Risk School

A virtual, interactive informational workshop that details NASA Human Research Program-defined high priority risks for crew health on exploratory missions and approaches to address these risks. Designed to give researchers without previous NASA experience - or those who are curious - an understanding of the top (or red) risks astronauts face in deep space.

The Academy of Bioastronautics

Apollo Program Professor Emeritus of Astronautics Dr. Laurence Young provides scientific and practical mentorship and guidance to TRISH's postdoctoral fellows - and all postdocs working on TRISH-funded projects. 

Tech Exploration in Space Exploration Series

TRISH invites leading figures in cutting-edge health technology to deep dive into their research in this periodic interactive webinar series.

TRISH Aerospace Human Factors Award

TRISH is partnered with the Aerospace Human Factors Association (AsHFA) for an award encouraging research in the field of aerospace human factors applied to deep space missions.