The mission of AEDI is to create and study innovations related to asset development, education, and financial inclusion that result in opportunities across the life course for low-income children and families, in the U.S. and around the globe, for the purposes of climbing out of poverty and up the economic ladder.
The Child and Adolescent Data Lab of the University of Michigan’s School of Social Work is an applied research center focused on using a data driven approach to inform policy and practice decisions in child welfare and juvenile justice.
The Gender and Health Research Lab strives to understand the mechanisms by which socio-demographic, psychosocial, and environmental agents influence the mental and physical health of racial and ethnic minorities, particularly as it pertains to gender differences and gender role socialization.
Interprofessional Collaboration Lab's research examines how practitioners may better deliver evidence-based services to high-risk populations.
Employment Skills Simulation Lab, bridges the equity gap in employment opportunities for underserved groups by harnessing technology for social good, ensuring healthy development for all youth, promoting decarceration, and eradicating social isolation.
Parenting in Context Research Lab's research and community-based intervention work focuses on the role of fathers in promoting child and family wellbeing.
Poverty Solutions’ action-based research is focused on partnerships, pilots and even large-scale programs that determine what is most effective and brings new discoveries to policy makers and community stakeholders.
The goal of the Prevention Research and Health Equity Lab is to prevent problem behaviors, eliminate health disparities and work toward health equity.
The mission of the REACH Detroit Partnership is to provide a community driven approach to preventing diabetes and its related conditions and improving quality of life through partnerships and collaborations.
The Treatment, Innovation & Dissemination Research Group is a multidisciplinary, multi-institutional team of faculty members, post-doctoral fellows, graduate students, and community partners focused on improving psychosocial treatment for mental disorders and increasing access to evidence-based treatments for these conditions among traditionally underserved populations.
The Curtis Center's mission is to stimulate research, training, and outreach opportunities that promote health equity by supporting work that deepens our understanding of the factors that lead to inequities and the strategies that eliminate them.
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106