ASU Biomedical Researchers
Arizona State University has invested in faculty and research infrastructure that accelerate science and technology as applied to understanding of human health, the treatment of disease and the maintenance of health. The university has also built world-class programs to advance infrastructure, systems and practice environments involved in the delivery of health care, the evaluation of health systems, the education of practitioners and the public about health and disease, and the development of health policy. To learn more about ASU's colleges and institutes research activities on the ASU campuses and in the community, please visit Health@ASU.
More than 100 labs, shops, clinics, museums and collections are available to support ASU research. Existing research facilities can be found through a searchable database.
In an effort to improve faculty member's ability to identify researcher expertise and potential collaborators, ASU has launched SciVal Experts, a powerful research networking tool. SciVal Experts is an expertise profiling and research networking tool that makes it easier to find experts and enable collaboration. In the past, researchers found collaborators through informal means, such as personal connections or word-of-mouth recommendations. With SciVal Experts, a researcher will be able to quickly and easily find a wider range of relevant researchers within ASU based on a semantic index that scans and analyzes publications to expose connections among authors. Additional information can be accessed at researchadmin.asu.edu/scival.
Clinicians looking for ASU investigators for collaboration can navigate through the links to the right. Please contact us if you would like additional assistance.