HIP (Health Innovation Program) is an organization through UW-Madison that provides research support and resources to investigators aiming to improve healthcare delivery and community health.
ICTR provides resources, consultations, and funding for translational health research to UW-Madison investigators.
CARDS® (Community Advisors on Research Design and Strategies) is a group of community members recruited on a volunteer basis to give feedback on research materials that will be given to research participants. This service is available through the Wisconsin Network for Research Support (WINRS) and is valuable for any research project involving people.
WREN (Wisconsin Research & Education Network) is a practice-based research network in clinics throughout Wisconsin providing support and expertise to translational health researchers. WREN supports Mile Bluff Medical Center to improve health outcomes.
WINRS (Wisconsin Network for Research Support) provides consultation for stakeholder engagement and facilitation of community advisory boards. This group also helps run CARDS (Community Advisors on Research Design and Strategies)
Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at UW-Madison