Research Director's Message
Thank you for your interest in research at the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at Northwestern University. We seek to be a catalyst for cutting edge integrative medicine research that transcends biomedical and social/life science disciplines through synergy and collaboration with university-based clinical departments, centers, and institutes; community-based organizations and initiatives; and policy-making bodies.
My goal as the director of research is to bring the wide range of integrative medicine research being done at Northwestern together under the Osher Center umbrella, foster transdisciplinary collaborations, and assist and support researchers in conducting cutting edge research that will grow the empirical evidence base for integrative approaches to health.
Our integrative medicine clinical research studies are based on:
- Rigorous methodological approaches and designs to advance the state of the science
- Multilevel measurement systems that span patient-reported, bio-behavioral and physiologic outcomes
- Translational and team science-based orientations to assure that findings lead to scalable, affordable, and accessible solutions in real-world settings
Click here to see a map of integrative medicine research being conducted at Northwestern!
Learn more about our research via the links below.
- Areas of Research
Find information about our Osher Center for Integrative Medicine signature research areas
- Clinical Trials
Participate in an active Integrative Medicine trial
- Select Publications
Learn about the latest integrative medicine breakthroughs here at Northwestern
- Post-Doctoral Fellowship
Learn about our research fellowship
- Area of Scholarly Concentration (AOSC)
Explore Feinberg School of Medicine student projects in integrative medicine research
- Community Partners
Learn more about community-based organizations with whom we partner in our research
- Research Partnerships
Discover how we collaborate within the Northwestern network
Please contact us for more information.
Judith T Moskowitz, PhD
Director of Research
Osher Center for Integrative Medicine
The Osher Center for Integrative Medicine is happy to collaborate with Northwestern researchers. If you are looking for ways to incorporate complementary and integrative medicine (CIM) into your clinical research, please contact us.