About Our Research
Fundamental research is currently being conducted in a range of areas that span Audiology, Optometry, and Vision Impairment. Salus University researchers are published in such prestigious journals as Neuron, Nature, The Journal of Neuroscience and The Journal of Biochemistry.
Support for research projects at the University comes from the National Science Foundation (NSF), the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the National Eye Institute (NEI), which is part of NIH, and other foundations, such as the Pennsylvania Lions Sight Conservation and Eye Research Foundation and the Pennsylvania Lions Hearing Research Foundation.
To support faculty and student efforts to conduct research and other scholarly activity by creating an environment that promotes a culture of excellence in research designed to improve health and reduce illness and disability.
To become a university in the health sciences and education consistently producing research of global recognition.
Research is an integral part of the University’s mission and there are both fundamental and intrinsic benefits to a strong research program at Salus University.
Recruiting New Subjects for Clinical Trials
Intrinsic Benefits of Research
Beyond the fundamental benefits listed above there is an intrinsic value of research that has been long recognized.
- A university with a strong research program establishes a stimulating environment in which scholars and teachers are searching for truth, and creating a spirit of discovery.
- The search for truth, the development of knowledge, and the growing of a research environment are valuable in themselves, independently of the significant pay-offs produced by a strong research program.