The Kansas Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Center invites investigators with projects relevant to intellectual and developmental disabilities to join with the close to 100 other scientists who are investigating the causes, prevention and treatment of intellectual and developmental disabilities at the University of Kansas and University of Kansas Medical Center.  Membership gives investigators access to the KIDDRC expertise, services and resources of the Administrative, Clinical Translational, Preclinical Models , Clinical Outcomes/Biobehavioral Technology and Research Design and Analysis  Scientific Cores.

Membership is determined two times per year at the meeting of the Internal Scientific Advisory Committee. Applicants seeking approval should submit:

  • an abstract of the funded project
  • a statement of relevance to intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • an NIH PHS 398 biographical sketch
  • project dates
  • for projects funded by agencies other than NIH, a more detailed description of the scientific approach will be required
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