Interested in participating in our research studies? See below for a list of actively recruiting projects
Genetics, Environment, and Cognitive Outcomes (GECO)
We are interested in lifestyle factors that contribute to healthy brain development and cognitive function
We are grateful to the individuals and families who participate in our studies and generously contribute their time and effort. We are also thankful for the generous funding we have received from the many federal and foundation grants both currently and over the past decades.
We appreciate the competitive GSU funding (Project RISE University Research Services and Administration, Brains and Behavior Initiative, Center for Research on Challenges to Acquiring Language and Literacy, College of Arts and Sciences, and GSU/GaTech Joint Center for Advanced Brain Imaging,) that supported students and obtained pilot data necessary and was leveraged for external awards below.
We are fortunate to have had clinical research funding from the following agencies: NIH National Cancer Institute, National Science Foundation, A Kid’s Brain Tumor Cure: PLGA Foundation and the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, American Cancer Society, NIH National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research, NIH National Institute of Child Health and Development, NIH National Institute of Neurological Disorders and National Institute of Mental Health, NIH National Institute of Aging, Department of Defense, Rare Disease Research, LLC; Templeton Foundation, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s (CHOA) Center for Neurosciences Research; CHOA Cadiovascular Biology Research Center, AFLAC Cancer and Blood Disorder Center CHOA Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Center of Excellence, Rett Syndrome Research Trust, Autism Speaks, and Foundation of Mitochondrial Medicine