College of Public Health and Human Sciences faculty members – who are accomplished researchers, authors and presenters – actively engage in research with students to improve the lives, health and environment of people and their communities.
During FY ’15, CPHHS faculty received $18,754,233 in awards, grants and contracts, and increased the number of grant applications from 122 in FY ’14 to 141 in FY ’15.
CPHHS faculty research projects reflect the college’s values and commitment to embracing innovative approaches, conducting community-based research with diverse populations, promoting interdisciplinary collaboration and integrating students. These projects will impact population health in communities across Oregon and beyond.
The CPHHS’ four research centers – Center for Global Health, Center for Healthy Aging Research, Hallie E. Ford Center for Healthy Children and Families, and the Moore Family Center for Whole Grain Foods, Nutrition and Preventive Health – put the college at the forefront in creating synergies that drive healthy change across lifespan, socio-economic standing and cultural boundaries.
Watch the video above to hear directly from researchers covering all aspects of public health and human sciences – and learn how students can participate in cutting-edge research that positively impacts the lives of others.