Research That Drives Results

Research in the College of Health Sciences focuses on nearly every aspect of patient care, including prevention, rehabilitation, outcomes and health monitoring. With more than 120 faculty members across six departments as well as other programs, Health Sciences fosters collaboration on research programs that address cardiovascular health, neurological diseases, aging, symptom science and more. Collaboration is not limited to the College of Health Sciences – we work across the University and with external partners on research endeavors that are funded by multiple agencies and organizations, including the National Institutes of Health.

Our research labs also provide an opportunity for students to learn firsthand how research influences care. As we seek ways to develop the next generation of healthcare leaders, we also find more innovative ways to teach students and prepare them for their highly skilled careers. Our goal is to contribute to a healthy Delaware and develop best practices that advance healthcare across the nation and across the globe.

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LABS & PROGRAMS

 

Dedicated to conducting first-rate research that spans across a variety of research topics, our interdisciplinary labs engage faculty and students from across the university. There is unique research going on in each of our departments.

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CHS News in Research
  • New neuroscience grad program

    New neuroscience grad program

    October 20, 2021 | Written by Colin Heffinger
    UD pulls together expertise from disciplines in Colleges of Health, Engineering and Arts and Sciences
  • COVID’s Crushing Impact On Public Health

    October 15, 2021 | Written by Beth Miller
    New study shows pandemic response has swamped workforce and crippled other services
  • Gregory Hicks Honored by Gerontological Society of America

    September 27, 2021 | Written by Colin Heffinger
    Gregory Hicks, a professor in the University of Delaware's Department of Physical Therapy, has been awarded fellow status by the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) in recognition of his many contributions to field of gerontology.