The award-winning faculty of the Sinclair School of Nursing has been featured in thousands of medical journals and professional publications and developed innovative research in a variety of essential health care areas.
Students at the School of Nursing have opportunities to be part of outstanding research that affects the life and trajectory of nursing and medical care throughout the world. Learn more about student research and how they’re changing the world.
Undergraduate students can earn a stipend while gaining valuable skills by participating in research mentorships.
Grants are the Nursing Office of Research’s top priority. We provide services to faculty, postdocs, and students who are submitting grant applications.
Grant services are available to Sinclair School of Nursing graduate students pursuing grants or fellowships in conjunction with faculty advisers.
Research, Service and Student Projects
Our faculty and staff lead an award-winning research program of funded multidisciplinary studies that change delivery models and outcomes. The synergy between nurses scientists and practicing nurses grow the translation of knowledge from innovation and discovery to implementation.
Immigrant nurses in long-term care facilities often have more “human capital” compared to American-born nurses, SSON researcher finds
Findings can help create a more diverse, equitable workforce in nursing homes, which improves patient health outcomes.
Study aims to improve hospital discharge process
Findings from the MU Sinclair School of Nursing can help reduce hospital readmissions after patients are discharged from hospital.
Supportive communities can help increase breastfeeding rates for moms, SSON study finds
Findings can help boost support systems and education about the health benefits of breastfeeding, particularly in rural areas where breastfeeding is less common.