The departmern of Prevention Science studies the systematic efforts to reduce the incidence of unhealthy or maladaptive behavior, and to promote health and adaptive behavior in populations across the life span. This happens through designing and evaluating interventions, and utilizing knowledge about them more strategically.
The Institute of Child Development is a premier center of scholarship, teaching, and outreach devoted to the understanding and fostering of child development. Founded in 1925, the Institute is one of the oldest departments studying children's development in the U.S.
CEED is a center within the Institute of Child Development at the University of Minnesota. It strives to improve policies and practices to support all young children, their families, and the professionals who serve them through CEED's services.
Center for Personalized Prevention in Children’s Mental Health, Institute for Translational Research
The CPPR strives to become a one-of-a-kind national resource for investigators, practitioners, consumers and policy-makers through the application of the most advanced concepts and innovations in precision healthcare. Its mission is to advance children’s mental health with innovative approaches in precision healthcare that inform the development, implementation, evaluation, and dissemination of preventive interventions for high risk youth and families.
The Doctor of Philosophy in Public Affairs offers rigorous, advanced study that prepares researchers to enter academia or join highly respected institutions involved in cutting edge research in public affairs, policy, planning, and management/governance.