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Carolina Consortium on Human Development

The Carolina Consortium on Human Development (CCHD) is an NICHD T32 funded program for predoctoral and postdoctoral trainees engaged in the advanced study of developmental science. CCHD is an inter-institutional and multi-disciplinary community of scientists composed of nearly 50 faculty and fellows. Guided by the principles of developmental science, we recognize the complexity of developmental processes that underlie adjustment, health, and well-being across the phases of life. Through our unique research and training mission, we pursue innovative methods to investigate the biological, cognitive, affective, and social systems that characterize the development of people in contexts, ranging from families to cultures.

CCHD faculty specialize in such disciplines as anthropology, behavioral genetics, clinical psychology, developmental psychology, developmental psychobiology, education, epidemiology, experimental psychology, internal medicine, behavioral neurobiology, nursing, pediatrics, psychiatry, public health, and sociology. CCHD faculty mentors have primary appointments at UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC-Greensboro, NC State University, and Duke University. Key features of the program include a seminar series, regular training events, an outstanding team of mentors, and a longstanding track record of training excellent fellows who now serve in institutions around the world.


Funding Agency:  

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

Funding Period:  

09/30/1988 to 04/30/2021

Award Amount:  



Cathi Propper, Co-Principal Investigator