Living better lives
From early language development to aging in place, from racial disparities to public health, our faculty conduct research to understand the complex systems that enable our bodies and our communities to thrive, and to develop treatments and solutions when those systems break down.
Because such complex and multi-faceted work requires sophisticated, interdisciplinary approaches, our faculty collaborate with colleagues from nearly every other college at MU as well as with community organizations where they can have a direct and immediate impact.
Health Professions students can collaborate with faculty on a variety of research projects. Students may present posters and co-publish findings in peer-reviewed journals.
Find a Health Professions faculty mentor Undergrad research at Mizzou Student guide to research, fellowships and graduate study
Graduate students frequently partner with faculty on research that results in presentations and publication.
Health and Rehabilitation Science PhD faculty mentors Graduate research at Mizzou
Wilson Majee earns Fulbright grant
Dr. Majee will boost community engagement efforts in South Africa.
Tim Wolf inducted to AOTF Academy
Dr. Wolf’s research focuses on identifying and managing cognitive changes to improve participation after neurological injury.
Andy Frey to join School of Social Work
Dr. Frey is the school’s first hire through the MizzouForward initiative.
The Office of Research assists School of Health Professions faculty seeking internal and external project funding. The team facilitates research within and across our departments as well as faculty participation in interdisciplinary research across the university community.