The Center on Biological Embedding of Social Events and Relationships brings together behavioral and biological scientists interested in understanding the intersections of genetic and environmental contributions to health, health behavior, and interpersonal outcomes.
The Center for Integrative Conservation Research will play a leading role in advancing the frontier of sustainability science through its unique ability to bring together researchers from different disciplines, practitioners, and policy makers.
The Center for Research on Behavioral Health and Human Services Delivery is a broad umbrella for health services research as well as a wide range of studies touching upon a multitude of human health and social policy issues.
The Computational Social Science Work Group provides an opportunity for interdisciplinary interaction and collaboration among faculty and graduate students interested in formal and analytic approaches to modeling social processes and phenomena.
The Stress, Trauma, Adversity & Resilience (STAR) work group seeks to facilitate scientific opportunities for interdisciplinary discourse, interactions, and collaboration among researchers interested in studying the sequelae of adverse childhood experiences, including child abuse and neglect, trauma, poverty, and socioeconomic stress.
The Violence Group provides an opportunity for interdisciplinary interaction in response to research opportunities and research funding in the interrelated areas of intimate partner violence, workplace violence, school violence, bullying, sexual exploitation, sexual violence, and family violence.