The College of Health and Human Services is home to centers that provide the setting for faculty members to advance their knowledge through focused, collaborative research. To learn more, use the links below:
The mission of the Center for Discovery Science and Health Informatics is to research computational methods to improve healthcare cost, quality, safety and effectiveness.
The Center for Health Policy Research and Ethics (CHPRE) works to advance and disseminate knowledge about current topics and developments in public health policy and the health care system, and the ethical issues that emerge in the life sciences, health care, health policy, and clinical research.
The Center for Study of Chronic Illness and Disability (CCID) has as its vision, to improve the lives of those with disability. The mission is to perform state-of-the-art, quality research to study factors that lead to disability, its prevention, or amelioration; and to develop an academic program to train the next leaders in rehabilitation science.
The Machine Learning and Inference (MLI) Laboratory conducts fundamental and experimental research on the development of intelligent systems capable of advanced forms of learning, inference, and knowledge generation, and applies them to real-world problems.
The HIT Center brings together a multidisciplinary group of experts in health policy and informatics; computer and information science; practicing physicians on the forefront of evidence-based medicine and healthcare automation; and industry leaders with proven track records in technology transition and knowledge transfer.