The Administrative Core is responsible for the overall business administration and daily management of the NORC.
the Administrative Core will set the overall direction of the NORC and ensure optimal utilization of NORC resources. – See more at: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-DK-14-002.html#sthash.qNeMXi5P.dpuf The Administrative Core sets the overall direction of the NORC and ensures optimal utilization of all Center resources. The Core provides scientific leadership, research oversight, budgetary management and administrative support for the research center.
Clinical and Community Assessment and Intervention Core: Behavioral Assessment Sub-Core
The Clinical and Community Assessment and Intervention Core: Behavioral Assessment Sub-Core offers methodological resources and expertise to promote the science of diet and physical activity in the human population.
The Behavioral Assessment Sub-Core’s expertise ensures that investigators use the latest methods for diet and physical activity assessment in their research studies, and allows them to utilize the infrastructure (personnel, software and equipment) that exists within the Core rather than create their own duplicate capacity.
Metabolomics and Exposome Core
The Metabolomics and Exposome Core provides cutting edge metabolomics, biochemistry methods and molecular biology techniques for nutrition research.
The Metabolomics and Exposome Core offers cost-effective assays and facilitates the use of biomarkers in nutrition research. Additionally, metabolomics, the profiling of the many small molecules in blood, urine or tissues, provides an opportunity for investigators to obtain a snapshot of metabolism.
Clinical and Community Assessment and Intervention Core
Clinical and Community Assessment and Intervention Core: Intervention Core is a one-stop for investigators looking to add value to their research studies in the areas of technology, user inquiry and graphic design.
The Intervention Core (formerly known as CHAI – Connected Health Applications and Interventions) uses state-of-the-art technologies to facilitate the translation of traditional evidence-based interventions into effective web- and mobile-based interventions in nutrition and obesity.
Animal Metabolism Phenotyping Core
The Animal Metabolism Phenotyping Core provides contemporary phenotyping techniques for metabolism and energy balance in mouse models of nutrition and disease.
The Animal Metabolism Phenotyping Core offers support and expertise for measuring traits related to metabolism in mouse models of obesity and nutritionally relevant disease. With locations in Chapel Hill and Kannapolis, the Core provides access to methods and populations to support energy balance components in mice
Nutritional Genomics and Microbiome Core
The Nutritional Genomics and Microbiome Core is an all-encompassing support system for investigators conducting research on nutrigenetic and microbiome aspects of obesity and obesity-related diseases.
The Nutritional Genomics and Microbiome Core assists investigators with identifying genetic factors and interactions that affect an individual’s needs and responses to nutrients and susceptibility to obesity, and identifies high-utility targets for prevention and treatment
Clinical Nutrition Research Facilitation Program
The Clinical Nutrition Research Facilitation Program provides support and expertise for clinical and translational research in nutrition and obesity.
The Clinical Nutrition Program is two-fold. It consists of the Metabolic & Nutrition Research Core at UNC Healthcare which offers a variety of nutrition research assistance to complement clinical studies. It also includes the Clinical and Community Assessment and Intervention: Clinical Assessment Sub-Core at the NRI which provides metabolic assessment services including whole room calorimeter, body composition, clinical support and meal preparation in a metabolic kitchen.
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