Arbor Research Collaborative for Health conducts major studies in epidemiology and public health. Since 1997, we have engaged in national and international health outcomes research related to chronic disease and end-stage organ failure, with expertise in biostatistical analysis, clinical practice, health economics, public policy, database management and integration, and project coordination.
Arbor Research promotes a diverse and ever expanding research portfolio, supported by a staff of more than 90. Our researchers and staff members within each program area are positioned to promote the growth of both existing and new projects. Our program areas include:
The Dialysis Outcomes and Practice Patterns Study (DOPPS) Program, a collection of international studies designed to identify best practices for treating patients with chronic kidney failure,
The Health Policy & Practice Program, which works with policy-makers to improve the quality and efficiency of treatment for patients with chronic disease, and
The Data Coordinating Centers & Transplant Research Program, which conducts large multi-center research studies by drawing together multi-disciplinary team of clinicians, biostatisticians, project managers, analysts, clinical monitors, project support personnel, and medical editors.
To learn more information about Arbor Research please go to www.arborresearch.org