The links on this page go to information regarding research activities in the School of Health Professions.
Center for Recovery, Physical Activity & Nutrition (CeRPAN)
Center for Recovery, Physical Activity & Nutrition (CeRPAN) is committed to creating relationships among basic and clinical scientists to translate and apply research findings for the benefit of persons with disability or chronic disease and their families.
Muscle Biology, along with aging and geriatrics, population-based health sciences, and patient-centered clinical/community outcomes, are four main areas of CeRPAN research.
SHP Policy on Research Grant Proposals
The SHP Policy on Research Grant Proposal is a pdf file and can be printed to use as a reference during proposal development.
The Office of the Vice President for Research provides access to funding opportunities, a weekly newsletter - The Yellow Sheet, university policies and forms, the Research Listserv, and a faculty research expertise database.
Institutional Review Board
The Institutional Review Board provides policies, procedures, and forms for the protection of human subjects during research activities. All faculty and staff submitting proposals to the federal government need to be certified in the area of Human Subjects as Research Participants. The course and certification test are available on-line.
Office of Sponsored Programs
The Office of Sponsored Programs supports faculty who are seeking, or who have obtained external funding for, sponsored projects. Your source for proposal preparation policies, procedures, and forms.
Office of Research Education
The Office of Research Education - Learn about doing research and developing and managing grants. Classes and other training opportunities are described here.