Huntsman Cancer Institute
The Cancer Control and Population Sciences (CCPS) Program is a comprehensive basic and applied research program that spans the cancer control continuum from etiology, primary prevention, screening, and early detection to continuing care, survivorship, and end-of-life care. The unifying long-range goals of the program are to prevent cancer and reduce cancer morbidity and mortality.
U of U Health Sciences
HSIR conducts research to help improve the health of our population, with an eye towards creating and supporting a learning health systems. Some examples of work currently ongoing in HSIR include Practice-Based Evidence studies, decision-support implementations, patient-reported outcomes and quality of life, behavioral tele-helath interventions, and infrastructure development for pragmatic trials and observational studies.
Center for Clinical & Translational Science
SDBC is a team of over 40 biostatisticians, epidemiologists, statistical geneticists, health economists, psychometricians, and survey design researchers with a mission to advance high quality research at the University of Utah and affiliated institutions.