Centers & Institutes
Educating Tomorrow's Leaders for a Healthier World
The research centers within the College of Health Sciences promote health and well-being. We encourage you to explore the websites of each center to learn more about on-going research and project opportunities that make a difference in people's lives.
Center for Population Health and Health Disparities
Investigates complex interactions of diet, stress and cardiovascular disease on the Puerto Rican population living in the Boston area. The Center is one of ten funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Lowell Center for Sustainable Production
Uses rigorous science, collaborative research, and innovative strategies to promote healthy communities, workplaces and products. UMass Lowell faculty, staff and graduate students work collaboratively with citizen groups, workers, businesses, institutions and government agencies to build healthy work environments, thriving communities, and viable businesses that support a more sustainable world.
Toxics Use Reduction Institute
Provides research, training, technical support, laboratory services and grant programs to help Massachusetts companies and community groups reduce the use of toxic chemicals while enhancing the economic competitiveness.
TURA 20th Anniversary Video - TURI & UMass Lowell
Michael J. Ellenbecker
The New England Consortium
Provides dynamic hands-on, participatory health and safety training. With simulated work tasks and mock incidents, the training provides students with a better understanding of work-site hazards and how to properly respond in emergencies.
Contact Director: Craig Slatin
|Center for the Promotion of Health in the New England Workplace
Evaluates the feasibility, effectiveness, and economic benefits of integrating occupational health and safety with health promotion interventions to improve employee health.