Core Facilities - Behavioral Sciences
The Behavioral Sciences Core was added to the CFAR in 2005. The core builds upon preexisting, strong relationships between behavioral scientists at UTHouston and basic and clinical scientists at Baylor.
The objectives of the Behavioral Sciences Core are to
- Facilitate behavioral science research in HIV/AIDS prevention and care
- Integrate behavioral sciences with clinical and basic HIV/AIDS research studies
Services provided include consultations on integration of behavioral science into clinical studies, psychometric assistance in analyzing and interpreting questionnaire results, and design of qualitative studies. A list of services is provided.
Contact the Director of the Behavioral Sciences Core
Richard M. Grimes, Ph.D.