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The COVID-19 pandemic has affected most aspects of the daily lives of Americans and people across the world. Marquette University, a research and student-focused institution, is in the unique position to bring together scholars from the Marquette community, including faculty, staff, and students, to address the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, how we got here, and the emerging trends and strategies to address the changing world.
The primary goal of this research initiative is to identify, and promote research performed by the Marquette community on the immediate and long-term issues and the impact on society related to the COVID-19 pandemic. This could involve small or large research collaborations, from new or existing interdisciplinary collaborative teams, or work led by individual investigators. The emphasis will be on achievable and feasible short- and long-term research projects or educational opportunities focused on the COVID-19 pandemic. This initiative will provide high-impact learning opportunities for Marquette graduate and undergraduate students through research of COVID-19 pandemic issues that will affect this generation for years to come. The Marquette initiative will complement the current Clinical and Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin (CTSI) COVID-19 Research Initiative that is focused on clinical and health systems studies.
The Marquette COVID-19 Research Initiative is gaining significant traction. Projects, studies, podcasts, commentaries, webinars, and classes are in the making by teams and individuals. The outcomes are emerging. Learn about the latest developments and projects taking place through the COVID-19 Research Initiative:
External Funding Opportunities
External funding opportunities associated with the COVID-19 pandemic can be found on the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) website.
Submit ideas & join teams
Marquette faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to submit their COVID-19 research ideas, projects, skill sets, and interests. Those with a Marquette VPN or network access can then search through our database to find individuals or teams to join forces with.
View others' research interests, ideas, and skill sets related to COVID-19 (Marquette VPN or campus network connection required).
Virtual Town Halls - April 28th and 29th. A recording of the town hall is available here. (Restricted to Marquette VPN and campus network only)
CURTO COVID-19 Seminar - View the recording here.
Conducting Culturally-Sensitive Research Webinar - July 16th, 10AM; view recording here.
COVID-19 Lightning Talks - During COVID-19 Lightning Talks, Marquette researchers share their pandemic-related research in 5 minutes or less.
Read student commentaries written on COVID-19 pandemic-related issues.
Covid Conversations Podcast
Covid Conversations is an exciting project designed to highlight some of the research currently underway at Marquette, as well as share how our classes are exploring topics related to the pandemic and its impact on society. Our goal was to bring together an interdisciplinary group to reflect on a topic and then produce a podcast based on their conversation.
Student Research Opportunities
AHPRC Student Research Initiative - the AHPRC's SRI is designed to facilitate undergraduate and graduate research from different colleges across campus and support the mission and global goal of the AHPRC. Students are welcome to apply to conduct research in human performance and health-related areas, including COVID-19 pandemic research.
Dan Bergen (Office of Economic Engagement)
Executive Director, Office of Community Engagement
Edward Blumenthal (College of Arts & Sciences)
Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Affairs, Arts & Sciences
Co-Director, Northwestern Mutual Data Science Institute
Andrew Dentino (School of Dentistry)
Associate Dean of Research, Dentistry
Guilherme Garcia (Dept of Biomedical Engineering)
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Marquette University and The Medical College of Wisconsin
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences, Medical College of Wisconsin
Kimberlee A. Gretebeck (College of Nursing)
Interim Associate Dean for Research
Michael Haischer (Athletic and Human Performance Research Center)
Laboratory Manager, AHPRC
Graduate student, Exercise Science and Rehabilitation program, Dept of Physical Therapy
Sandra Hunter (Exercise Science, Dept. of Physical Therapy)
Planning Director, Athletic and Human Performance Research Center (AHPRC)
Krassimira Hristova (Dept of Biological Sciences)
Director, Global Water Center (GWC)
Young Kim (Diederich College of Communication)
Assistant Professor of Strategic Communication
Lezlie Knox (Dept. of History)
Assistant Chair, Dept. of History
Committee on Research, Humanities representative
John Mantsch (Dept. of Biomedical Sciences)
Chair, Dept. of Biomedical Sciences
Sameena Mulla (Dept. of Social and Cultural Science)
Associate Professor Dept. of Social and Cultural Science
Paula Papanek (Exercise Science, Dept. of Physical Therapy)
Director, Exercise Science Program
CTSI Executive Committee and COVID-19 Research Initiative Steering Committee
Andrea Schneider (Law School)
Director, Institute for Women's Leadership
Director, Law School Dispute Resolution Program
Lucas Torres (Dept. of Psychology)
Associate Professor, Dept. of Psychology
Faculty Fellow, Officie of Research & Innovation
Leigh Vandenkieboom (Dept. of Educational Policy)
Chair, Dept. of Educational Policy
Amy Van Hecke (Dept of Psychology)
Executive Co-Director, Next Step Clinic
Director, Marquette PEERS Program in the Interdisciplinary Autism Initiative
Chair, Committee on Research
Kalpa Vithalani (Office of Economic Engagement)
Executive Director, Technology Transfer