The Administrative Core will build on the successful administration infrastructure of the G. Oppenheimer Center for Neurobiology of Stress and Resilience (CNSR) to support the integration, synergy and productivity of the programs within the Goodman-Luskin Microbiome Center.
It will monitor, stimulate, evaluate and report on research projects and educational programs in light of the overall goals of the center and will provide assistance with grant and manuscript submissions, fund management and graphic design.
By developing and maintaining an up-to-date website, this core will help facilitate intra-center communications and an enrichment program will offer center members frequent opportunities to exchange ideas with leaders in fields that are pertinent to basic, translational and clinical microbiome research.
Administrative Core Co-Directors: Lin Chang, MD, and Emeran A. Mayer, MD
For more information, contact Jacqueline Ismen at [email protected]
Services of the Administrative Core
- Budget development for grant proposals
- Administrative support to PIs
- Coordination and integration of center components and activities, including setting and reviewing the annual budget; assigning and renovating space; organizing enrichment activities, including the Visiting Scholar Program; and providing guidance to specific research groups
- Meeting and scheduling support
- Development and operation of a Career Education Program that will support pilot and feasibility programs and run social media campaigns to create visibility for the center
- Clinical resource support, which will provide centralized, coordinated support, management, and oversight for human studies, including recruiting, screening, consenting and enrolling study participants; coordinating and completing clinical and neuroimaging visits; and assistance with IRB submissions