NCCIH's Research Centers Program
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NCCIH supports research centers to conduct multidisciplinary research not readily supported through other funding mechanisms.
Centers of Excellence for Research on CAM
These Centers support three or four major, synergistic research projects each, and are focused on elucidating mechanisms of action of CAM. (P01 mechanism; R01-level projects)
For more information, contact Partap Khalsa, D.C., Ph.D.
Centers for Dietary Supplements Research: Botanicals
These interdisciplinary and collaborative dietary supplement centers will advance understanding of how botanicals affect human health. Studies of the safety, effectiveness, and biological action of botanical products are major focuses for the five research centers.
Note: These Centers constitute the NIH Botanical Research Center Program.
For more information, contact Craig Hopp, Ph.D.
Funded Research Centers
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|Bastyr/UW Oncomycology Translational Research Center||Fungi||Partnerships for CAM Clinical Translational Research||Kenmore, WA|
|Developmental Center for Clinical and Translational Science||Chiropractic||Developmental Centers for Research on CAM||Davenport, IA|
|Neuroimaging Acupuncture Effects on Brain Activity||Acupuncture||Centers of Excellence for Research on CAM||Charlestown, MA|
|Wisconsin Center for the Neuroscience and Psychophysiology of Meditation||Meditation, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)||Centers of Excellence for Research on CAM||Madison, WI|
|Center for Herbal Research on Colorectal Cancer||Herbs (Botanicals)||Centers of Excellence for Research on CAM||Chicago, IL|
|Metabolic and Immunologic Effects of Meditation||Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Diet Modifications, Mind and Body Interventions||Centers of Excellence for Research on CAM||San Francisco, CA|
|The Wake Forest Center for Botanical Lipids and Inflammatory Disease Prevention||Herbs (Botanicals), Dietary Supplements||Centers for Dietary Supplements Research: Botanicals||Winston-Salem, NC|
|Dietary Botanicals in the Preservation of Cognitive and Psychological Resilience||Grape Seed Extract, Herbs (Botanicals)||Centers for Dietary Supplements Research: Botanicals||New York, NY|
|Botanical Estrogens: Mechanisms, Dose and Target Tissues||Dietary Supplements, Herbs (Botanicals), Phytoestrogens or Plant Estrogens||Centers for Dietary Supplements Research: Botanicals||Champaign, IL|
|Botanical Dietary Supplements for Women's Health||Dietary Supplements, Herbs (Botanicals)||Centers for Dietary Supplements Research: Botanicals||Chicago, IL|
|Center for Botanical Interaction Studies||Dietary Supplements, Herbs (Botanicals), Antioxidants||Centers for Dietary Supplements Research: Botanicals||Columbia, MO|
|Botanicals and Metabolic Resiliency||Herbs (Botanicals), Dietary Supplements||Centers for Dietary Supplements Research: Botanicals||Baton Rouge, LA|
|The UIC Natural Products Technology Center||Natural Products||Centers for Advancing Natural Products Innovation and Technology||Chicago, IL|
|Systems Science Center for Musculoskeletal CAM Therapies||Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment, Spinal Manipulation||East Lansing, MI|