Faculty & Research, University of Illinois at Chicago
IDHD/DHD is an internationally recognized center for the study of disabilities where faculty, staff, and students engage in a variety of research-related activities, many which are integrated across community service projects -- creating a direct link between research and practice.
Dedicated to the scholarly, interdisciplinary study of disability and related aspects of human development
Fostering strong community connections through model demonstration programs, academic programs, and research centers
Excellent record of contributions to the scientific knowledge base on disability through first-rate publications
Home to the David Braddock Library on Disability with an extensive collection of over 3,700 items from multiple disciplines engaging with disability
Are you a person with a disability interested in getting involved in research?
Getting Involved in Research and Training Projects: A Guide for Persons with Disabilities will give you more information on what research and training means, how to get involved, and how to use support persons to help you in research and training: PDF | Word