The Kathryn M. Buder Center for American Indian Studies works with a variety of research centers, organizations and professionals who are committed to meaningful research with and for Native communities. Some of our partners include:
Center for Diabetes Translation Research (WU-CDTR)
aims to eliminate disparities by fostering research collaborations, catalyzing new ideas, and assisting investigators in conducting T3 (translating clinical findings into everyday practice in real world settings) and T4 research (testing and implementing solutions at a community or population level) among populations at risk for diabetes and obesity.
Center for Social Development (CSD)
undertakes domestic and international research testing social innovations and uses evidence to inform policy and practice. The center is well known for innovations in asset building for family security and development.
Center for Violence Injury Prevention (CVIP)
promotes healthy young families and healthy young adults by advancing evidence-based, real-world strategies to prevent child maltreatment, intimate partner violence, sexual violence and suicide attempts.
NCAI Policy Research Center
provides tribal leaders with the best available knowledge to make strategically proactive policy decisions in a framework of Native wisdom that positively impact the future of Native peoples.
If you are a tribal organization in need of consultation services (general research, program evaluation, outcome activities, training, technical assistance, etc.) please fill out our Buder Center Consultation Services Form