CNS Administrative Core Services

The aim of the Center for Neurocognitive Studies is to advance the science of affective and cognitive symptoms in the chronically ill by:

  • Providing infrastructure and resources
    • Serving as a direct methodological resource for pilot research study PIs and Center researchers throughout active study periods
  • Providing opportunities to generate research ideas
    • Promoting the development of new projects
    • Promoting interdisciplinary collaborations aligned with the theme of the Center
  • Supporting development and conduct of research
    • Providing direct support for data management and analysis
  • Promoting dissemination of research outcomes
    • Providing support for preparation and dissemination of study findings

Biobehavior & Methods Core Services

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Focus Areas

  • Chronic illness and its affective distress such as depression and anxiety symptoms
  • Affective distress directly impacts management of chronic illness 

Administrative Core Services

  • Establish and manage the strategic direction and plan of the Center
  • Provide infrastructure for the development and maintenance of research related to the science theme of the Center
  • Expand and strengthen the existing research base in the school aligned with the science theme of the Center
  • Enable pilot study researchers to complete their projects and develop a program of research
  • Promote dissemination of research findings related to the science theme of the Center

Biobehavior and Methods Core Services

  • Serve as a direct methodological resource for pilot research study PIs and Center researchers throughout active study periods
  • Provide direct support for data management, analysis, and preparation and dissemination of study findings emanating from pilot project PIs and Center researchers
  • Promote the development of new projects and collaborations aligned with the theme of the Center