Research & Centers

Advancing the Public’s Health through Research and Service

The Fairbanks School of Public Health is addressing many of today’s pressing health issues. With over $8 million in annual research funding, our faculty are addressing HIV/AIDS, cancer, health disparities, water and air quality, global health, health informatics, the health information exchange, and chronic disease, among other issues. Advances in these areas help to improve the lives of people in Indiana and beyond. 

50+Full-time Faculty

$8m+Grants & Awards

Research

Our faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and students are working to improve public health and health administration through groundbreaking research.

Explore Our Faculty Research

Publications

Our faculty are public health and health administration resources for Indiana and beyond. Learn more about the academic journal articles, books and book chapters, magazine and newspaper articles, research reports and other papers our faculty have published.

Publications from Our Faculty

Centers

The Fairbanks School of Public Health is home to multiple centers that promote research, service, and outreach including CHEER (Community Health Engagement and Equity Research), the Center for Health Policy, the Indiana Public Health Practice Center, and the Indiana Public Health Training Center.

Learn More About Our Centers

Grants & Awards

The Fairbanks School of Public Health is home to a diverse and outstanding group of researchers. In 2016, the school received more than 50 awards exceeding $8m in total value.

See All of Our Grants & Awards

Workplace Wellness Survey

Work and health are related. The more we know, the better our chances of being healthy ourselves and making our workplaces healthier.

The workplace wellness survey helps us understand the health of employees at IU and the strengths and challenges to the health of our university community identifying opportunities for actionable change, and gauging progress toward a healthier IU.

Workplace Wellness Survey