College of Health Profession's student presenting her research to other students.

Faculty and Student Research

push the boundaries of research

At the College of Health Professions, as either an undergraduate or a graduate student, you'll have opportunities to engage in your own independent research or faculty led research projects.

Be Part of Research That Matters

Nursing PhD student, Kisha Thompson, MS, CRNA, received a research grant from the Sigma Foundation for Nursing for her study "Reflection and Resilience Influences that Support Survival in Young Black Men."

Kisha Thompson

Evaluating and addressing visual perceptual difficulties in children

Dr. Lee and co-researcher Dr. Zahn Zhang of the Seidenberg School are conducting a study to develop new mobile apps to evaluate and address visual perceptual difficulties in young children. The app will also benefit children and their families by promoting a child’s visual perceptual skills, which are important skills for reading, writing, and self-care.

Dr. Supawadee Cindy Lee

Centers and Labs

The Center for Excellence in Healthcare Simulation offers state-of-the-art resources and a variety of clinical focused learning opportunities ranging from fundamental skills to high-fidelity simulation

The Center provides resources for students and faculty to develop their scholarship in education, research and practice through a variety of partnerships at the local, national, and international levels, and access to internal and external funding.