We are widely-recognized for research on maternal and child health, asthma, cognitive aging, cardiac health, HIV/AIDS research, cancer, adolescent health, palliative care, and nursing workforce issues.
Find faculty — plus recent projects and publications – in these key areas and others:
Kim Arcoleo's research focuses on optimizing children's asthma health outcomes through evidence-based interventions at the child, family, school, and health care system levels.
Jinjiao Wang conducts research to improve the care for geriatric syndromes such as frailty and depressive symptoms among older adults through home health-delivered interventions.
Sue Groth centers her research on the study of obesity and the behavioral, genetic, and environmental factors that contribute to this complex disease.
Our most recently funded active projects include:
UR Nursing faculty are known for their research prowess, embarking on and receiving national and international recognition for vital research projects to inform practice and create a healthier world.Our Research Faculty
From day one, our faculty have access to extensive resources — from grant writing to lab management — providing research teams with the freedom and support to focus on their next project.View our Resources
The physical size, scope, breadth, and excellence of the University of Rochester Medical Center offers limitless research opportunities and fosters interdisciplinary, interprofessional, and collaborative partnerships that most other schools cannot match.Research at URMC
The UR School of Nursing ranks 21st among nursing schools in research funding received from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Number of citations of School of Nursing faculty publications in 2017.
Amount of extramural funding received by the UR School of Nursing in the NIH fiscal year.
Collaboration among University of Rochester scientists is what sets our research apart: It’s what attracts students and trainees from around the world, draws high levels of funding, and, most importantly, leads to discoveries that improve people’s lives.