Advancing Health and Hope
The University of Missouri is developing one of the nation's most outstanding biomedical, clinical and translational science programs, in both the research and educational arenas. The university is particularly focused on translating the exceptional life science discoveries that occur across MU into community-based products, services and practices for our state and nation.
Few universities share MU's potential for saving lives through research. We have more than 1,000 life scientists — all on one campus — who are united in improving health by studying humans, animals, plants and the environment. Their efforts focus on the deadliest diseases, such as cancer and cardiovascular disease, and the most vulnerable patients, including children and the elderly.
- Office of Research Leaders and Staff
- Research Council
- Scientific Peer Review Committee
- Data and Safety Monitoring Committee
- Safety Resources
New Networking Tool for Scientists
Investigators are encouraged to stay connected with their colleagues across MU and beyond by using the scientific social networking tool BioMedExperts. This free site for biomedical scientists supports opportunities for creative and collaborative research by allowing investigators to find and link to each other through a variety of search mechanisms and profiles generated with the support of PubMed.