Community-Engaged Research Services
The Center for Community Health & Prevention facilitates access to a range of consultation services related to community-engaged research. Services are offered to ensure that investigators have support for both project development and to conduct studies in the community. For assistance in obtaining research consultations in all areas of research, contact our Director of Community Health Partnerships, Indrani Singh, or see the links below.
The Clinical & Translational Science Institute has a one-stop dashboard for UR researchers to request assistance with a variety of research-based questions, including resources, costs, and collaborators. For more information on the UR CTSI or to visit their Resources page, please visit the UR CTSI website.
Community Health Mini-Grant Program
Supported and funded by the Center and the Clinical & Translational Science Institute of URMC, the Mini-Grants are one-time grants up to $1,000, awarded on a quarterly basis and limited to one community project each year per partnership. The next deadline for applications is November 8, 2019. For more information on the application process, see our Request for Applications (editable Word version).
For more information, please call (585) 224-3050.
Online Education: Community Engaged Research CME/CNE Credit
Opportunities for online education and CME/CNE credit for community-engaged research to give participants a perspective on the rationale for using a community-engaged research approach to plan, implement, evaluate, and disseminate health promotion and disease prevention interventions to reduce health disparities.
Research Space: Meeting and Focus Group Venues
Facilities available at the Center for Community Health & Prevention at 46 Prince Street for conducting research, education seminars, and subject recruitment. Options include exam rooms, office space, conference rooms for meetings or focus groups (no two-way mirrors), a teaching kitchen and large meeting space with videotaping technology.