Support the Office of Research this Give Day!
UC Davis’ Office of Research is defined by and celebrated for an interdisciplinary spirit that is a hallmark of our campus. Our research findings and commitment to solving real-world problems puts UC Davis at the forefront of major research universities. The topics covered by the Office of Research stretch not only across campus but around the world.
The Office of Research is a catalyst for advancing the research mission of UC Davis. Our responsibilities include:
- Providing service and resources that enhance research and other creative endeavors.
- Enhancing partnerships and collaborations with government, industry and other research enterprises.
- Developing infrastructure and policy that promote creativity and an entrepreneurial culture.
- Ensuring that policies and educational programs promote both a culture of innovation and a culture of compliance on the UC Davis campus.
- Communicating to the general public and state, national and international decision makers, the value of UC Davis research to the quality of life.
Below is a small sampling of UC Davis’ interdisciplinary research initiatives housed within the Office of Research:
Every gift to support the Office of Research plays a part in solving the most critical research challenges of our time. From our climate change, to coastal marine science, to protecting and restoring natural environments as living laboratories, we practice science in ways that seamlessly blend disciplines.
Don’t miss a chance to be a part of something big!
AREAS TO SUPPORT ON GIVE DAY
- Biotechnology Program
- Bodega Marine Laboratory
- California National Primate Research Center
- Center for Healthcare Policy & Research
- CeDAR Impact Center
- Coastal and Marine Sciences Institute
- Feminist Research Institute
- Gene Therapy Impact Center
- Global Migration Impact Center
- Institute for Global Nutrition
- John Muir Institute of the Environment
- Mysis-Based Clarity Restoration
- Natural Reserve System
- Perinatal Origins of Disparities Center
- Tahoe Environmental Research Center
- World Water Initiative