We conduct research across a wide range of clinical areas, taking a 360-degree view from the cell to the community in exploring critical problems that affect human health.

Our team recognizes that genetic inheritance, individual behavior, community, geography, access to care, and the environment are all essential parts of the health landscape.

Our faculty's research projects span multiple disciplines to explore everything from genetic pathways studied across huge numbers of research participants, to patterns of infection and disease resistance, to how the layout of grocery aisles defines access to quality food.

We lead work along with colleagues from across the country and around the world through collaborations that seek to solve some of the most pressing challenges in biomedical research, clinical care, and population health.  

If you would like to collaborate with a PQHS faculty member, please fill in the form in this link. This helps us streamline the work involved in collaborative grant submissions.