|Albee Messing, VMD, PhD
Waisman Center Director
The Administrative Core of the Waisman Center Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Research Center (IDDRC) the nucleus of the Waisman Center IDDRC. It provides the scientific, administrative, and fiscal leadership of the IDDRC, and supports investigators' needs for communications expertise and computing security. The core fosters multidisciplinary collaborations internally, and serves as the liaison between the IDDRC and the larger university and national and international organizations.
The overarching goal of the Administrative Core is to provide the environment in which science relevant to developmental disabilities and neurodevelopmental disorders flourishes and in which investigators can devote their maximum energy toward making scientific advances with the least administrative burden and the support of high quality, cost-effective core services.
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