Producing and disseminating rigorous, actionable research is at the core of the Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention’s mission. Many of our faculty have been working, researching, and publishing together for over 10 years. Multidisciplinary collaboration is a hallmark of our culture, and the Institute encourages cross-disciplinary work to advance the field. Below is a directory of both the Institute’s funded projects and affiliate projects.
Institute-funded projects include both projects that the Institute has funded (i.e., through pilot funding or idea’s labs) or projects that the Institute was funded to complete (i.e., grants awarded to the Institute), while affiliated projects are other firearm work conducted by our faculty. Projects can be sorted by firearm topic area, status, project source, primary investigator or co-investigator.
Co-I: Shawna Lee, PhD,
Funder: Michigan Department of Health and Human Services,
Funder: Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention,