Center for Research and Health Analytics

In the scientific research equation, we are the generators of momentum.

Our objective is clear. This Center exists to provide the comprehensive support required to advance all research activity within the College of Nursing. Our resources are available to both faculty and students and our work is multi-dimensional. From assistance with all aspects of grant writing to facilitating collaborative ventures with healthcare-related business and industry. In addition, the Center is home to two wet laboratories available for use by university faculty across all colleges.

Our mission

The mission of the Center for Research and Health Analytics is to provide centralized grant and research services and to streamline grant submissions, IRB applications, grant management, and facilitate research projects across the College of Nursing.

Mary Beth Happ
Distinguished Professor of Critical Care Research

Message from the Director

Research in the Ohio State College of Nursing is advancing science in health promotion, disease prevention and the optimal management of chronic and complex conditions across the life span. Our faculty include outstanding clinical, social-behavior, and biological scientists with expertise in a wide range of research methods and specialty areas. The College of Nursing ranks in the top 20 in NIH funding in 2017 and garnered nearly $7M total in external research and development grant funds in FY 2018.

The Center for Research and Health Analytics provides comprehensive support to faculty and students in research development and implementation through grants management, biostatistics, laboratory, regulatory and data science services. The center provides resources to facilitate grant submissions, IRB applications, grant management, methods consultation, data analysis, storage and aggregation, and dissemination. The center is home to the research Data Commons and two wet laboratories available for faculty internal and external the College of Nursing.

Research Laboratories

Grant Support

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