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Researcher Partners

Learn more about our Community Health Researchers at the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC). If you would like to connect with one of our Community Health Researchers, please contact us at tscoreks@gmail.com

Support for teachers, students and our community


Teachers
Connect with the team for curriculum support


Students
Seek help from health professionals on research projects


Community
Understand how their research impacts the community

KUMC – Department of Population Health

Edward Ellerbeck

Megha RamaswamyCo-Principal Investigator

Kimber Richter

Won Choi

Romina Barral

Paula Cupertino
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Paula Cupertino, Original Principal Investigator

KUMC – Family Medicine Research

K. Allen Greiner

Crystal Lumpkins, Co-Investigator

Jana Zaudke

Joseph LeMaster

Mark Meyer

KUMC – Other Departments

Heather Gibbs

Susan Carlson

Jerrihlyn McGee

Doug Wright

John Stanford

Vickie Collie-Akers

Ellen Averett

Eric Vidoni

KUMC-Wichita – Department of Preventive Medicine and Public Health

Robert G. Badgett

Lisette Jacobson

Sharla Smith

KUMC-Wichita – Pediatrics

Deborah Alliston

Kari Harris

Cari Schmidt

Other KUMC Departments & Wichita Community

Paul Uhlig

Maurice Duggins

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Maurice Duggins

Dee Ann Bragg

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Dee Ann Bragg

Pamaline King-Burns


Want a speaker like Pamaline? The Sedgwick County Division of Health and Human Services coordinates the Division of Health’s Speakers Bureau. The purpose of the Speakers Bureau is to consolidate the division’s community presentation efforts by staff, thus providing the public with Public Health topics from which to choose when requesting presentations.

Speaker Requests can be made here.

Funding Support

This project was supported by the National Institutes of Health Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) under Award Number R25OD020214. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.

For more information, go to the SEPA T-SCORE Project Page.

National Institutes of Health logo and the Science Education Partnership Award logo

Last modified: Aug 30, 2019
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