Administrative Core

Kennedy Krieger Institute Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center
Administrative Core

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Core Personnel
Core Director: E. Mark Mahone, Ph.D.
Core Co-Director: Wayne Silverman, Ph.D.

Core Keywords
child development; cerebral palsy, dystonia musculorm deformans, hemiplegia,intellectual disabilities; developmental disorders; community interaction; training and education

Core Description

The Administrative Core provides overall management of the IDDRC, fostering cohesiveness and ensuring that the activities of the IDDRC, as a whole, continue to coalesce into an integrated program. The Administrative Core functions include:Managing all Center activities

  • Promoting productivity through coordination of activities across all components of the IDDRC
  • Setting policies for ensuring that Core services reflect the highest standards of quality and for maximizing utilization efficiency
  • Encouraging interactions with other centers and implementing collaborative efforts that support the development of the IDDRC national network
  • Providing technological and financial resources for new and continuing research efforts
  • Contributing to the training of students and early career professionals, and more broadly, stimulating interest in developmental disorders throughout the Johns Hopkins/Kennedy Krieger community



Last Edited: 06/10/17 12:00 AM by Corina Miclea