ISPU has established two centers focused on some of the major debates taking place across the country. The ISPU centers are a trusted source for information about the most pressing issues concerning Muslims in the United States and abroad. Each center is committed to conducting objective, empirical research and offering context-specific analysis and recommendations to journalists, policymakers, and the general public.
Center for the Study of American Muslims
ISPU’s Center for the Study of American Muslims (CSAM) is the first major independent research center devoted exclusively to collecting, analyzing, and disseminating empirical data on the diverse spectrum of Muslim communities in the United States. CSAM brings together talented scholars from a wide range of academic disciplines whose research deepens our understanding of American Muslim communities— an increasingly visible population that remains poorly understood. Learn More
Center for Global Health
ISPU’s Center for Global Health (CGH) provides in-depth analysis of global health policy and its impact on Muslims around the world. CGH brings together talented scholars from a wide range of academic disciplines to synthesize social science and public health research related to Muslim communities, with the goal of advising policy makers both in the U.S. as well as Muslim majority countries.