September 20, 2016

Coordinating Center

The ECHO Coordinating Center will be the central site responsible for organizing and managing activities and logistics for all collaborative components of the initiative, including oversight and coordination of the multi-cohort study design, evaluation of progress, and tissue sample storage. The Coordinating Center will develop standard operating procedures for how each cohort collects core elements, including demographics, typical early health and development data, genetic influences, environmental exposures and patient reported outcomes. The ECHO Coordinating Center will include an Opportunities and Infrastructure Fund to support pilot projects, encourage junior investigators, and introduce new tools and technologies in the context of the ECHO program.

Awardee:

  • Duke University, Durham, North Carolina

This page last reviewed on September 21, 2016