Frequently Asked Questions
How do I acknowledge the IDDRC in my paper?
If you have received consultation or logistical support from the Kennedy Krieger Institute/Johns Hopkins University Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Research Center (IDDRC) as part of your research, please remember to acknowledge the IDDRC grant number (U54 HD079123) in all publications and presentations based on the work.
Example: “This work was supported by P50 HD103538.”
What are the IDDRC Cores?
The IDDRC provides support to investigators studying a broad range of topics relevant to furthering our understanding of developmental disorders. This support is provided by the following cores:
- Administrative Core
- Clinical Translational Core
- Genetics Core
- Translational Neuroscience Core
- Neuroimaging Core
- Behavior Science Core
- Research Project: Multimodal treatment for the neonatal HIE: Hypothermic and dentrimer nanotherapy.
How do I know if I am eligible to become a member?
Eligibility is open to any Kennedy Krieger Institute or Johns Hopkins University faculty member engaged in research of relevance to intellectual and developmental disabilities. To become an IDDRC member, investigators must have at least one funded project that is relevant to the disorders outlined in our mission statement. Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows are encouraged to access IDDRC resources through primary IDDRC investigators/mentors.
Click here for more information regarding membership, or to request IDDRC services.