The research opportunities available to students and faculty within the School of Allied Health Sciences enable discoveries that advance the field of health and health education.
The changing climate of health care in the United States is making research more important than ever. Professionals within the Allied Health Sciences fields are in an excellent position to identify problems and test theories.
The school's research program offers exceptional opportunities to graduate and undergraduate students. Through research, students are provided the resources needed to obtain an education in a friendly and interdisciplinary environment, which prepares them for a professional and productive life.
The School of Allied Health Sciences receives competitive grant funding from government and private agencies, and faculty maintain multiple active grants throughout the year.
Some of the research topics explored by School of Allied Health Sciences faculty include:
- Cardiovascular fitness health
- Stem cells
- Cerebral palsy
- Medical radiation
- Environmental radiation