The Lankenau Institute for Medical Research
The problems faced in public health research are important to communities and healthcare professionals from bench to bedside. That is why the CPHR develops research initiatives that are highly collaborative from beginning to end.
The CPHR research and coordination team works with LIMR research scientists, MLH nurse and physician-researchers, allied-health professionals, and neighboring academic and community institutions on a diverse range of population-health and evidence-based interventional strategies that aim to improve the public health of all Main Line Health communities.
Director, Center for Public Health Research:
Research and Coordination Team:
Peter Sacci is a Public Health Fellow who graduated from Haverford College in 2012 with a degree in chemistry. He comes to CPHR as a Haverford House Fellow, a position he was awarded through the college’s Center for Peace and Global Citizenship. While Peter is involved in all of the programs that the CPHR sponsors, his principal interests are projects concerned with patient-centered outcomes, injury prevention, and campus community partnerships.
Stanton B. Miller,
MD, MPH, FACS
Director, LIMR Center
for Public Health Research
and Educational Programs
in Public Health