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Center for Integrative Health and Wellness

Research Priorities

As a leader in the field of integrative care, UC’s Center for Integrative Health and Wellness  is involved in several federally-funded research projects. We are currently investigating mind-body and food-as-medicine interventions.  

Priorities Include:

  • Conducting comparative effectiveness studies
  • Comparing integrative care models to usual care
  • Examining sustainable models of integrative care
  • Building academic and community research partnerships

Faculty Scholarly Activity

For individual affiliated faculty research areas, priorities and activity, please visit our Faculty Page and click on a selected profile for research information.

UC-wide Integrative Research Search

Search the UC-wide research database by keyword or name of researcher.

Current and previous funding sources include National Institute of Child Health and Development, National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Cincinnati Veteran Affairs Medical Center, and foundation grants. 


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