Welcome to the BNCD Center directed by Mabel L. Rice at the University of Kansas». The BNCD is funded by the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders» (P30-DC005803). BNCD is affiliated with the Schiefelbusch Institute for Life Span Studies». BNCD researchers address the causes and treatment of communication disorders across the life span from infancy to old age.
Guide to BNCD Services
Core services are:
Who can use BNCD services?
University of Kansas researchers with externally-funded projects related to the mission of BNCD. Preference is given to NIH-funded projects. To be invited to join the Center, submit a brief formal request to Director Mabel Rice, email@example.com. All projects are approved for affiliation based on scientific merit and relevance to the BNCD mission.
Where are services located?
Researchers are located at both the Lawrence and the Medical Center campuses of the University of Kansas. The BNCD administrative office is in suite 3031 of the Dole Human Development Center on Sunnyside Avenue in Lawrence, Kansas.
What are the benefits of affiliation with the Center?
The Center fosters productivity and collaboration among a group of leading scientists from a variety of disciplines. Shared resources enlarge the potential impact and the ease of doing research. The Center makes available the expertise of staff members who are skilled in statistics and participant recruitment.