The Kansas Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center operates four cores that exist to serve the needs of the investigators whose projects have been accepted into the KIDDRC's research themes.
The Administrative Core provides scientific and administrative leadership, an organizational infrastructure that facilitates research and core enterprises, and maintains communications necessary to ensure a singular identity that helps sustain center-ness of the KIDDRC.
The Clinical Translational Core centralizes, integrates, and standardizes functions that allow KIDDRC projects to recruit participants for human translational studies.
The Preclinical Models Core provides services and resources for developing animal and cellular models.
The Clinical Outcomes/Biobehavioral Technology Core provides expertise and assistance to investigators on the quantitative assessment of behavioral, biological, or psychosocial processes.
The Research Design and Analysis Core provides consultative and collaborative support for research design, data collection and management, and state-of-the-art quantitative methods for clinical and preclinical experimental studies.