Research Collaborations

Research Partnerships

Connect with basic, translational and clinical researchers both within UT and at MD Anderson through this strategic partnership and pilot fund.

The UT-City of Austin Master Interlocal Agreement (ILA) facilitates research opportunities for City departments to collaborate more easily with university researchers.

Connect with Sandia researchers through the UT-Sandia Academic Alliance partnership.

Research Networks

RIGs help build interdisciplinary collaborations by convening those who share interest in research topics that span multiple colleges, schools or units, but for which there is not an established unit on campus.

Bridging Barriers is a university-wide grand challenges initiative, driven by UT faculty and researchers, that tackles some of the hardest fundamental research questions facing our world.

The Social Justice Research Network connects 30 centers, institutes and other multi-investigator groups on campus whose research portfolio includes a focus on equity, social justice, or underserved populations.

Our mission is to facilitate connections and collaborations to promote obesity research and to disseminate and implement evidence-based programs and policies for Texans across the lifespan, including diverse and underserved populations.

Research Interest Lightning Talk Series is an opportunity to engage with researchers outside your home department or unit. If you would like to present a lightning talk please complete this short survey.
Questions? please email: RIG@austin.utexas.edu.

Find a Researcher

Searchable database designed to support undergraduate participation in research and creative activity across the campus

Find experts on everything from business and politics to world cultures and science from the database of more than 400 university faculty and staff.

Search for expertise, facilities, research opportunities and to facilitate collaborations with the UT Dell Medical School.

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