The Consortium for Families and Health Research was formed in Spring 2014, after a core group of interdisciplinary faculty received a competitive grant to develop a 'transformative cluster hire' that builds on the existing strengths of current University of Utah faculty and expands the potential for interdisciplinary collaboration among scholars conducting cutting-edge research related to health and families across the lifespan.
C-FAHR is comprised of faculty and graduate students representing more than 11 departments across 5 colleges at the University of Utah.
C-FAHR hosts a series of research-oriented events and workshops for members.
Grant Writing Resources
January 23, 2017
4:00-5:00 PM | Marriott Library Faculty Center
- Panel Discussion: What services and resources does the CCTS provide?
- Forming new teams to address active NIH solicitations