Center Scientist Development Program
The Center Scientist Development Program is one component of the Center for Urban Population Health's Public Health Development Plan funded by the Wisconsin Partnership Fund For a Healthy Future Strategic Initiatives Allocation. The Public Health Development Plan's overall goal is to develop an increased capacity for conducting population health research and education activities to advance the health and well-being of the greater Milwaukee community.
To engage UW-Milwaukee researchers in Center-related population health research through significant salary and/or research assistant support. The development of investigators through this program will further the Center for Urban Population Health's long-term goal of attracting a highly-collaborative, multi-disciplinary team of population health scientists.
Current Areas of Research
Center Scientist Designation
Investigators receiving support through the Center Scientist Development Program will be designated a Center Scientist during the project period.
A Center Scientist designation provides:
Wisconsin Partnership Fund for a Healthy Future Strategic Initiatives Allocation
Center for Urban Population Health
Ron A. Cisler, PhD
Dennis Baumgardner, MD
Loren Galvao, MD, MPH