Research

BCSR Projects

Catherine N. Dulmus, PhD, Associate Dean for Research and Center Director: Established in 2005, the center each year assists faculty in submitting millions of dollars in grant proposals in a broad range of research areas. As we continue to expand our impact, we expect to grow substantially in terms of the scope of research conducted and the value of funded grants awarded.

Each year the Buffalo Center for Social Research assists faculty in submitting millions of dollars in grant proposals in a range of research areas, including addictions, aging, evidence-based practice, health disparities, trauma, and violence. To facilitate faculty research agendas, the Center also administers the Buffalo Center for Social Research Pilot Funding Program. Current external funding sources for projects include the Hartford Foundation, National Institute of Drug Abuse, National Institute of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse, National Cancer Institute, New York State Office of Mental Health, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

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Current BCSR Projects

Previous BCSR Projects

Les Brun Research Endowment Fund Pilot Program

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