Welcome to the COVID Coordinating Center booth.
A nexus of communication and collaboration among NIH-funded projects undertaking social, behavioral, and economic research on COVID-19. We promote an innovative, cross-disciplinary approach to COVID-19 research across the behavioral and social science community, multiple NIH award recipients, and the public.
About the Coordinating Center
The COVID-19 pandemic presents research challenges for measuring governmental, community, and population responses to a public health crisis. To date, the actions to mitigate disease transmission have been economic, social, and behavioral, as well as medical. These interventions have untold consequences on a wide range of aspects of human and environmental well-being, which we are just beginning to understand. Understanding the effects of COVID-19 require a cross-disciplinary approach with a particular emphasis on inequitable impacts among US subgroups.
The Social, Behavioral, and Economic COVID Coordinating Center (SBE CCC), led by ICPSR, provides a nexus for communication on COVID-19 related research, streamlining information-sharing across the behavioral and social science community, multiple NIH award recipients, and the public. It promotes collaborative work across a multidisciplinary research community, each with different missions, cultures, and ethos. In addition, the project provides teaching materials, data, and opportunities to apply for pilot studies on the impacts of COVID-19 among minority populations.
SBE CCC works with members of the SBE COVID Consortium, a group of NIH-funded teams investigating the social, behavioral, and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
We would love to hear from you! We welcome questions about social, behavioral, and economic research on the COVID-19 pandemic, inquiries about our consortium members and their work, and opportunities for collaboration and funding. Or sign up for our mailing list to receive periodic updates from us.
Reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org