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The College of Health Sciences at the University of Wyoming is committed to building an internationally recognized research enterprise. Our long-term goals are (1) to build interdisciplinary research programs that bridge across our nine academic units; (2) to develop areas of research excellence in basic biomedical research and rural health.


Current Research News

Three UW Faculty Members Research Wyoming History in Developmental Disability CareThree UW Faculty Members Research Wyoming History in Developmental Disability Care

Three University of Wyoming College of Health Sciences faculty members were awarded funding through the Equality State Research Network to develop a partnership with the Wyoming Life Resource Center (WLRC) in Lander.

Erin Bush, an associate professor with the Division of Communication Disorders; Michelle Jarman, an associate professor with the Wyoming Institute for Disabilities; and Sandy Leotti, an assistant professor with the Division of Social Work, are the awardees.

The WLRC, formerly named the Wyoming State Training School, opened in 1912 to provide residential care and education to people who would now be diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Pictured, from left, are Michelle Jarman, Erin Bush, Sandy Leotti and Jeremy Forbis, administrator of the WLRC in Lander.

Learn more about the research being done by our UW College of Health Sciences faculty by visiting UW News!

 

 

 

 

 


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