The College of Health and Human Services has been awarded funding for research from the National Institutes of Health each year for the past decade. Only a few of the nation's schools and colleges of allied health receive these prestigious research awards so consistently. This funding facilitates significant additions to the scientific knowledge base and has a direct, positive impact on the health and welfare of people who reside in Michigan and beyond. Students engage in and present research projects of their own and assist with faculty projects.
Many of our faculty members are active researchers, and their research, scholarly activities and service make a significant contribution to their health and human services disciplines and to their teaching. We are proud of our research and service accomplishments, and we are actively seeking ways to recognize service and expand the research capabilities and scholarly productivity of college faculty.
Also available is a compilation of Professional Activities Reports of the college faculty covering the period from July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015.
Descriptions of research by academic unit
- Blindness and Low Vision Studies
- Brain Research and Interdisciplinary Neurosciences Lab
- Bronson School of Nursing
- Integrative Holistic Health and Wellness
- Interdisciplinary Health Sciences (Ph.D.)
- Interdisciplinary Health Services (B.S.)
- Occupational Therapy
- Physician Assistant
- School of Interdisciplinary Health Programs
- School of Social Work
- Specialty Program in Alcohol and Drug Abuse
- Speech Pathology and Audiology