As a part of the research resources available to InCHIP-affiliated investigators, researchers at the University of Connecticut and other institutions have indicated their willingness to serve as consultants or as investigators on grants. It is up to you, the researcher, to determine whether the skills of these faculty are an ideal match to the needs of your project. Arrangements should be made personally and need not involve the administrative staff at the Institute for Collaboration on Health, Intervention, and Policy (InCHIP).

Economic Impact Analysis
Public Policy Analysis
Dissemination and Implementation Science
Quantitative Methods
Community-Engaged Participatory Research