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Researchers at Washington State University’s health sciences campus in Spokane are delving into many different aspects of human health with the intent of discovering new approaches to slow the onset and progression of disease, to make health care more accessible, and to advance solutions that reduce costs. Particular areas of study include addictions, autism, cancer, chronic disease, community health, health policy, neuroscience, pharmacology, rare genetic disorders, and sleep and performance.

Each quarter, a list of new research projects being funded on the Spokane campus is published by the Office of Research on campus. Those lists are available on this website on this page here.


Read on this web page about the recent work of some of the faculty researchers at WSU Spokane. Also find links to the research faculty pages of the WSU colleges of Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy located in Spokane.