Service Core B has five objectives, which can be met in a more cost effective manner if provided in one core to investigators throughout the center than if provided in each separate project: 1. provide data base management and data analyses to all projects and investigators in the center;2. support multidisciplinary collaboration by sharing data generated in the Projects and Core B to achieve specific scientific aims;3. share data with investigators at other institutions;4. provide outreach services to both researchers and the community;and 5. mentor the next generation of researchers. Investigators will have decision-making authority for the studies they conduct that generate data. Berninger (P.l. Center and Cores) will coordinate Administrative Core A working closely with Service Core B to provide interdisciplinary infra-structure for sharing cross-center data for specific scientific aims and evaluating whether services meet quality control standards and each objective is met. Co-P.l. Abbott and Co-lnvestigator Sanders provide cross-center assistance with data management and analyses. Co-Investigators Nolen (survey items on motivation for reading or writing collected by Project I) and Raskind (DNA gene locations) analyze their data for their specific research aims and cross-center, multi-disciplinary analyses of behavior and brain response to intervention (RTI) (Project I Specific Aim 4). Berniriger and Raskind coordinate collection of blood or saliva samples following Project I participation. All collaborating consultants and the subcontract for Key Investigators Drs. Nagy and Beers are in the Service Core B budget because collaborating consultants (Swanson, McNamara, Peveriy.Hayes, Alamargot, Fayol, Van Waes, Rijiaarsdam, Dunn) are likely to contribute both in Project I and across the Center. Through Service Core B, Nagy will help Project III design stimuli for fMRI written language tasks and help Projects I and II design assessment and instruction for language learning. Beers will collaborate with Projects I and lil on eye movement studies. Project I on the on-line writing studies by hand and keyboard and professional development, and Project II on instructional studies.

Public Health Relevance

Each of 5 services is related to 1 of 5 Service Core B objectives: center services;data sharing within center; data sharing outside center;outreach services to researchers (via collaborating consultants and planned study with Dr. Swanson) and communities (via transportable instruction for Spanish-Speaking English Language Learners and Native Americans and professional development for teachers);and mentoring next generation of researchers.

Agency
National Institute of Health (NIH)
Institute
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development (NICHD)
Type
Specialized Center (P50)
Project #
5P50HD071764-03
Application #
8609056
Study Section
Special Emphasis Panel (ZHD1-DSR-H)
Project Start
2013-12-01
Project End
2016-11-30
Budget Start
2013-12-01
Budget End
2014-11-30
Support Year
3
Fiscal Year
2014
Total Cost
$365,476
Indirect Cost
$139,280
Name
University of Washington
Department
Type
DUNS #
605799469
City
Seattle
State
WA
Country
United States
Zip Code
98195
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