Improving research through engagement. Improving engagement through research.

The Program in Community-Engaged Research (PCER) works to improve community and population health through promoting and facilitating community-relevant and engaged research. The program provides services to support and facilitate collaboration among community members, representatives of community organizations, providers, investigators and research teams. Support includes:     

  • Consultations
  • Workshops and Trainings
  • Speakers Bureau 
  • Fellowships
  • Funding   
  • Science Outreach

Community Stakeholder Advisory Committee

Comprised of community and academic representatives, the Community Stakeholder Advisory Committee guides the entire Clinical and Translational Science Institute, as well as the Program in Community-Engaged Research, by setting priorities, developing authentic community partnerships, and designing and implementing effective community-engaged research designed to improve community and population health.

Community Stakeholders

See all Community Stakeholder Advisory Committee Member organizations:

Program in Community-Engaged Research Team

Program Leadership

PCER is made of up faculty and staff dedicated to community-engaged research for the advancement of community and population health.