For Community & Population Researchers

The Translational Research Institute’s (TRI) Community Engagement team is poised to assist researchers in the conduct of population and community-based participatory research.

Available services include:

Investigator Consultation
Assistance Identifying Collaboration & Partnership Opportunities
Equipment Rental

Community-Engaged Consultations

TRI’s Community Engagement team provides investigator consultations on the following aspects of community-engaged research:

  • Designing and planning research proposals
  • Technical assistance with community-engaged research and community-based participatory research techniques
  • Identifying collaboration sites and community partners
  • Establishing community advisory boards
  • Identifying funding opportunities

Please contact the program manager for additional information or to arrange a consultation.

Collaboration & Partnership Opportunities

TRI has assembled a list of researchers who are open to collaboration and partnership opportunities in community and practice research. Listed researchers are open to direct communication or you may contact the program manager to arrange a consultation.

Equipment Rental

TRI’s Community Engagement team has a variety of research equipment available for short-term use. This equipment is intended to facilitate research in the field and includes items such as tables, display boards and tablet computers. Please contact the program manager to learn more about equipment inventory.

The Translational Research Institute (TRI) at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) program, grants UL1TR000039 and KL2TR000063. The CTSA program is led by the NIH’s National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS). The content of this website is solely the responsibility of UAMS and does not necessarily represent the official views of the NIH.

All publications, patents, projects, etc., resulting from the utilization of TRI resources are required to credit the TRI grant by including the NIH Funding Acknowledgment and must comply with NIH Public Access Policy.