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Research Center for Child Well-Being

The RCCWB supported by a Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence grant (P20GM130420) from the NIH National Institutes of General Medical Sciences conducts prevention research impacting the well-being of children ages 2 to 10, with the dual goal of (1) reducing risk for social, emotional, and behavioral problems and (2) decreasing unhealthy lifestyle behaviors.

Speaker Series Announcement

The Research Center for Child Well-Being is pleased to announce the September 2021 launch of the monthly Distinguished Speaker Series. Half of the speakers will speak broadly to the RCCWB’s focus on the dual prevention of unhealthy lifestyle and social, emotional, and behavioral problems during childhood, while the other half will address methodological and statistical issues. Our first speaker, Dr. Daniel Shaw from the University of Pittsburgh will speak at noon on September 10.

About Us

The interdisciplinary University of South Carolina Research Center for Child Well-Being hosts prevention researchers in public health, psychology, education, and social work. Enhanced by support of the College of Arts & Sciences and the Arnold School of Public Health, research by the center’s early investigators is supported by an Administrative Core, a Clinical Trials Logistics Core, and a Statistical & Data Management Core.

About

Grounded in prevention science aimed at reducing social-emotional, unhealthy lifestyle, and behavioral problems in 2-10 year old children

Team

Multi-disciplinary team of scientific and methodological experts working on prevention

Projects

Specific research endeavors furthering prevention of adverse outcomes during childhood