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Welcome to HCRI!

秀色app has long been the home of innovative and impactful research in health and wellness. The HCRI builds on this strength and brings together faculty, students, staff, and institutional聽partners committed to tackling some of our day's most pressing health issues. Launched as part of KSU's strategic roadmap, HCRI is a collective enterprise that promotes transdisciplinary聽research and endeavors to build connections between researchers at Kent State and other institutions. Preparing undergraduate and graduate student researchers is also vital to the mission of the HCRI, as they are indispensable to the success of faculty research programs聽and innovators in their own right.

HCRI聽is a collaborative endeavor that thrives on our members' diversity of scholarship and research foci.聽Members' wide range of interests 鈥 from the study of Parkinson's Disease to research on聽 Risk perceptions among terminally ill patients 鈥 speaks to the institute's commitment to thinking "outside of the box" when investigating health. Our diversity is further enhanced by including health practitioners, advocates, and educators in HCRI; without them, it is impossible to translate research into meaningful action. 聽

We hope you will consider joining HCRI and becoming part of this exciting research community.聽If you have any questions about HCRI or have questions about membership, please reach out to us.

Clare L. Stacey, Ph.D. (Associate Professor of Sociology), Associate Director
Jeffrey S. Hallam, Ph.D. FRSPH (Professor of Public Health), Director
Healthy Communities Research Institute

Sarah Harvey, MA (Doctoral Student in Sociology)
HCRI Graduate Assistant