Departments, Centers & Programs
DISCOVERIES OF THE COLLEGE’S RESEARCH FACULTY EQUIP PHYSICIANS TO ADDRESS COMPLEX HEALTH CARE CHALLENGES
Scholars who investigate psychological, social, and societal factors that affect human health
Advancing basic, pre-clinical research in the biomedical sciences, exploring diverse topics that include cell biology, neuroscience, cancer, and sleep
Collaborating across disciplines to prepare physicians and to conduct research that advances the delivery of care
Examining the physiological, neurological, behavioral, and psychological dimensions of normal and disordered communication
Investigating the effects of nutrition and exercise on human health
Related centers and programs
The following transdisciplinary centers and programs include faculty from the College of Medicine.
Serving as the central point for all simulation-based training within the College of Medicine.
Advancing innovative, scientifically rigorous approaches to the understanding, treatment, and prevention of addictions
Developing innovative ways to work with American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities to reduce health risks related to high blood pressure
Fostering cooperative research to catalyze discovery on drug addiction
Research centers and programs
Answering critical questions about the effects of reduced and displaced sleep on cognitive performance and health—and seeking ways to prevent or mitigate those effects