By any standard, the Department of Community and Family Medicine hosts an impressive research portfolio, with total direct dollars from sponsored activities averaging between $20 -$30 million per year which includes all grants and contracts by faculty with CFM as primary appointment and/or administered by the department. Much of this strength can be attributed to the interdisciplinary nature of faculty interests.
- Chronic Health Improvement Research Program (CHIRP)
- ICoHN CO-VALUE
- Primary Care Research
- Northern New England CO-OP Practice and Community Based Research Network (NNE CO-OP PCBRN)
- Dartmouth Centers for Health and Aging
- Sponsored Activities