The faculty and fellows of the Center for Developmental Science form a community of scientists dedicated to understanding the complexity of human development with the goal of informing prevention and intervention efforts that improve the lives of children and families.
Our basic and applied research efforts identify adaptive family processes, effective educational efforts, and factors that promote mental health, physical health and well-being from infancy through adulthood.
The mentor faculty of the Carolina Consortium on Human Development (CCHD) are pleased to announce a call for applications for predoctoral fellowships at the Center for Developmental Science. This is a very competitive program and only those applications that are submitted with a CCHD faculty nomination will be considered.
For more information, please click here. Please note that this is a 2-year training opportunity.
Resources available on the New NIH Biosketch Format:
David Carroll, Director of the NC TraCS Institute, recently presented information to the CDS on the new NIH Biosketch format. The recorded presentation and its accompanying slides can be viewed by following this link. This will be particularly relevant for mentor faculty who are preparing a biosketch for the CDS T32 resubmission in May.