To learn more about becoming an academic or community partner for aging research, please contact one of WIHA's Community Research Associates.


Shannon Myers

Community Research Associate


Erin Eggert

Community Research Associate






Current Research Projects 


Developed and tested in communities all over Wisconsin, these research projects all have one thing in common - they're designed to help people better manage their own health and well-being. 
From the seed of an idea, academic researchers and community partners collaborate to develop programs that make an important impact on the health of older adults.  Once research is completed and program outcomes proven, WIHA and the Community-Academic Aging Research Network work together to create materials, training, and data collection processes to disseminate programs throughout Wisconsin and beyond. 


Contact CAARN

310 N. Midvale Blvd., Suite 205
Madison, WI  53705