Emergency Medicine Research Program

Research in emergency medicine is focused on improving the health of ill and injured children. Investigators lead national and international studies through the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network, the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Collaborative Research Committee of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the Pediatric Emergency Research Networks global consortium. The Grainger Research Initiative in Pediatric Emergency Medicine provides seed funding and support for faculty to support their research activities. Emergency medicine research also includes the Injury Prevention and Research Center, which addresses the leading causes of injury to children through behavioral risk reduction and promotion of safe physical and social environments, and the kidSTAR Medical Education Program, which creates immersive learning experiences to help health professional improve collaboration and communication skills in their roles of promoting excellent critical care. Learn more about the Emergency Medicine Research Program.