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The Center for Comparative Constitutionalism studies the definition and implementation of constitutional rights, focusing both on legal and judicial interpretation and on the wide range of ways in which societies attempt to secure constitutional rights to their citizens.
The Memory Center at the UChicago is a committed team of highly trained neurologists, geriatricians, psychiatrists, neuropsychologists, social workers, and specialized nurses. This multidisciplinary team evaluates each patient in a very thorough manner to uncover all possible causes of memory or behavioral problems and provide a comprehensive management plan.
Their work includes educating current and future policymakers, doing data science projects with government, nonprofit, academic, and foundation partners, and developing new methods and open-source tools that support and extend the use of data science for public policy and social impact.
The Center for Decision Research is devoted to developing a richer understanding of human behavior and experience. Using insights from numerous disciplines—including psychology, economics, political science, neuroscience, and sociology—CDR faculty now lead a field that is proving indispensable for understanding human behavior in finance, marketing, management, health care, politics, charity, and many other domains.
The Center for Disciplinary Innovation (CDI) is a place for pedagogical collaboration and innovation at the graduate level, complementing both the undergraduate Big Problems curriculum and the graduate offerings of the departments in the Humanities. The CDI offers team-taught courses at the graduate level with participating faculty from different disciplines.
The Center for Early Childhood conducts cutting edge research exploring the development of cognition, action, and perception in the first few years of life. The Center's research focuses on space, number, and language development.
The Center for East Asian Studies at the University of Chicago (CEAS) is an interdisciplinary nexus, clearinghouse, and resource for academic exploration and support related to the study of China, Japan, and Korea. For over 60 years, its mission has been to nurture scholarship of the highest level across the humanities and social sciences, and to facilitate deeper understanding of the region at the University of Chicago and beyond.
The Center for Economic Policy's mission is to educate students on financial markets and securities, an integrated view of how these markets interact in a general equilibrium context, and the economic tools to analyze the regulatory and legal framework in which financial markets operate.
The Center for Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) Imaging in Vivo Physiology at the University of Chicago, is a National Institutes of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, NIH, supported Technology Development Resource. The aim of the Center is the development of new imaging technologies sensitive to the functioning of the normal and diseased tissues of living animals. The Center develops EPR instrumentation, spin probes and imaging methodologies. We use very low frequency EPR technology to maximize the depth in animal tissue to which the technique is sensitive.