The REACH Lab focuses on research with hard-to-access and -sample populations and offers expertise in community-based participatory research, field-based HIV and HCV testing and epidemiological data collection, and design and development of addiction-related interventions.
The Minority Health Disparities Initiative is a University-wide interdisciplinary research initiative funded by the Office of Research and Economic Development and the Tobacco Settlement Funds in Nebraska. The Initiative provides UNL faculty with an infrastructure for conducting innovative research to improve the health status of vulnerable and disadvantaged populations and expand the participation of minorities in research and education. The objectives of MHDI are to create a community of like-minded scholars capable of engaging each other in the pursuit of high level research on minority health and health disparities, increase the participation of minority scholars at all levels (faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates) in health-related research, and train the next generation of minority health scholars at the undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral levels.
SNRG - Social networks research group
The SNRG develops software platforms and approaches aimed at extending data collection, data modeling, and agent based simulation.