Community Engagement and Research

CCTS Community News

 Meet the 2018 CRISP Scholars:

Elizabeth Evans, PhD, MA, Lynn D'Esmond, PhD, Amy Cook, PhD, Sarah Camhi, PhD

The Community Research Innovative Scholars Program (CRISP) is a unique component of the University of Massachusetts Center for Clinical and Translational Science (UMCCTS) Community Engagement and Research Section. CRISP’s primary goal is to support the development of independent University of Massachusetts researchers who conduct community engaged research. READ MORE 

Highlighted Resources

We are pleased to highlight new available data on our Community Statistics web page: Massachusetts Opioid Epidemic, Data USA, 500 Cities: Local Data for Better Health and Environmental Public Health data.  Read More

Community Engagement and Research Symposium 2017
Keynotes     Breakout Sessions     Poster Session
Keynote     Breakout Sessions     Poster Session