Allison Howland, Ph.D.
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Dr. Allison Howland serves as the Director of the Center for Collaborative Systems Change and is the Principal Investigator for several research projects, including the evaluation of three federally funded grants. These research grants are primarily focused in the areas of systems of care, statewide home visiting programs, and the development of a statewide infrastructure to support early childhood wellbeing. Dr. Howland is an expert in longitudinal data analysis, mixed-methods and process evaluation, coalition development, and community-participatory research design. She has worked extensively with communities across Indiana to facilitate inter-agency collaboration among child and family-serving agencies, and has been the Principal Investigator for the evaluation of four U.S. Department of Education school-mental health integration grants. She and her research staff support additional evaluation efforts across the state, including three school-based health and mental health grants, an opioid prevention planning grant, and a state grant through the Indiana State Department of Health - Division of Child and Maternal Health to reduce infant mortality within an eight-county region in Southeastern Indiana.