See a full list of faculty, staff and more from the Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center. The directory includes contact information, associated programs and a brief bio for each.
KIPRC serves both as an academic injury prevention research center and as the KDPH’s designee or “bona fide agent” for statewide injury prevention and control. The KIPRC Organizational Structure chart shows how each part is connected.
The Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center (KIPRC), established in 1994, is a unique partnership between the Kentucky Department for Public Health (KDPH) and the University of Kentucky College of Public Health.
KIPRC serves both as an academic injury prevention research center and as the KDPH’s designee or “bona fide agent” for statewide injury prevention and control, focusing on injury prevention translation and practice.
This state–university partnership provides KIPRC access to expertise and support in injury and violence-related research, data, services, outreach, communications, interventions, evaluation techniques, and policy development, at both the state government and academic levels.
KIPRC’s unique, mature partnership uses injury prevention research to inform and implement targeted interventions that are evaluated and adopted into local and state injury prevention practice. This ready translation of research into practice, in turn, informs further research to reduce injury and related death and disability. This process is embodied in KIPRC’s philosophy to conduct “injury prevention and control research to practice.”
KIPRC Values Statements
Faculty and staff at KIPRC are guided by principles of inclusion, equity, and diversity that build on a foundation of integrity, respect, and trust. KIPRC encourages teamwork and collaboration that demonstrate openness, kindness, adaptability, and perseverance.
Directions to KIPRC
- From I-64/I-75: Take Paris Pike (also called US 68/27) South from exit 113 approximately 4.25 miles. As you enter and then pass through downtown Lexington Paris Pike will become Broadway. After traveling approximately 4.25 miles, turn left onto Waller Avenue (watch for St. Joseph Hospital on the left and the Campbell House Inn on the right). KIPRC is located on the second floor of 333 Waller Avenue, which is on the left, approximately two blocks after you turn and directly across the street from the Arthritis Center of Lexington.
- From the Bluegrass Parkway or from Frankfort via US 60: Take US 60 East into Lexington. Approximately 1 mile after passing the New Circle Road (state highway 4) interchange, turn right onto Mason Headley Road. Continue on Mason Headley until it intersects with Broadway/Harrodsburg Road (also US 68). Proceed straight across Broadway onto Waller Avenue. KIPRC is located on the second floor of 333 Waller Avenue, which is on the left, approximately two blocks after you cross Broadway and directly across the street from the Arthritis Center of Lexington.