The changing climate of healthcare in the United States is making research more important than ever. Professionals within the Integrated Health Sciences fields are in an excellent position to build meaningful collaborations while identifying problems and testing theories.

The School of Integrated Health Sciences promotes, improves, and sustains human health through evidence-based education and advances in research and practice. Faculty are involved in a variety of research projects. They work with undergraduate and graduate students, as well as community partners to cultivate new and innovative ideas that attempt to answer society's most pressing health concerns.

The school receives competitive grant funding from government and private agencies, and faculty maintain multiple active grants throughout the year.

Research News and Stories


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News highlights starring UNLV students and faculty who made local and national headlines.

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Alzheimer’s treatment studies offer hope as UNLV expert predicts new potential drugs, biomarkers will yield critical insight for future development.

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Carmen Johnson’s self-determination and empathetic personality has led to an impressive increase in the food pantry's usage.

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UNLV Law School has 14 top 100 programs in publication’s 2024 rankings, including No. 2 ranking for legal writing; Physical Therapy cracks top 50.