Become an IDDRC Investigator Member Benefits IDDRC investigators use the Center’s core facilities on a priority basis and at reduced rates. Members network with other investigators on a number of educational activities throughout the year, including our IDDRC seminars/workshops series co-sponsored with the Departments of Neuroscience, Neurology, Genetics, and Pediatrics, CERC and the Gruss-Magnetic Resonance Research Center. Each year, our center offers support for pilot projects related to intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). A successful candidate receives funding for direct research support. Eligibility and Membership Requirements PIs must have at least one project or activity that is relevant to intellectual and developmental disabilities. PIs are expected to cite our Center grant support from NIH-NICHD in all publications that result from work supported by one or more of our core facilities. IDDRC members will submit updated information concerning their funded and pending research every spring for our annual report. How to apply To apply for membership, please submit a letter of application to the IDDRC Executive Committee via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include a biosketch and a one-page summary of at least one project relevant to IDD research.