The University of Arizona Institute on Place, Wellbeing, and Performance (UA IPWP) seeks to redefine human health to fully encompass the role of the built and green environment in health and wellbeing, through research, education, practice, and policy change.

An interdisciplinary institute at the University of Arizona (UA), the UA IPWP links expertise of the UA College of Medicine -- Tucson, the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine (AzCIM), and the UA College of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture, actualizing the university's commitment to a vision of human health that fully encompasses the role of the built and natural environment in health, wellbeing and healing. Through cutting edge research the UA IPWP is taking person-centered health to the next frontier--"Person and Place-Centered Health and Wellbeing.


UAIPW team part of IARPA MOSAIC program in partnership with Lockheed Martin

The MOSAIC program seeks to to use unobtrusive and passive sensing to predict an individual's work performance via wearable and environmental sensors.