Advancing research in health and human sciences

Neurorehabilitation. Opioid addiction. Non-pharmacological pain reduction. Research activities at the School of Health and Human Sciences are as diverse as the programs we offer.

Our faculty are involved in cutting-edge research projects with the potential to change communities and lives—locally and around the globe.

And since many of our efforts rely on the active participation of our neighbors and fellow citizens, our community benefits even before the research is completed.

Victoria Wilburn

The strong commitment to community-engaged scholarship is an asset to our state.

Victoria Garcia-Wilburn, Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy