Reproductive Medicine Network Data Coordination
The Reproductive Medicine Network (RMN), established in 1990 and funded by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), is a cooperative effort of seven clinical sites, a data coordinating center, and the Fertility and Infertility (FI) Branch of the NICHD, charged with conducting and publishing high quality clinical studies in reproductive medicine.
- Research Training
- Genomic Analysis
- Data Management
Research Training in Mental Health Epidemiology
The goal of this T32 training program is to provide rigorous training in the application of epidemiologic and statistical methods to psychosocial and psychiatric research. Formal training, mentorship, and extensive research experience will provide trainees with the requisite methodological and substantive tools to conduct high quality research in mental health. Providing exposure to diverse specialty areas both within and among the current program and other ongoing training initiatives will provide a broad perspective on the substantive areas of psychiatric research and appreciation of the need for a multidisciplinary approach that is critical to understanding pathogenesis and the impact of mental disorders.