The Center for Neuroepidemiology and Clinical Neurological Research is comprised of researchers across Yale schools and departments with common and complementary research and methodological interests related to clinical neurological research. CNE2 has a rich pool of researchers with expertise in:
- Clinical epidemiology
- Data science
- Population research
- Translational research
- Health services research and implementation science
The mission of CNE2 is to foster and facilitate the development, visibility, opportunities for collaboration, and sustainability of Yale researchers interested in neuroepidemiology and clinical and translational research within neurology.
Researchers within CNE2
produce high-quality scholarly work within observational studies using large administrative data cohorts and conducting multisite clinical trials within NeuroNEXT
and the Veterans Health Administration Office of Research and Development
brings these researchers together by providing an avenue for the exchange of intellectual and material resources across clinical neurology, geriatrics, psychiatry, public health, and other clinical and academic disciplines at Yale.
CNE2 is also committed to developing the next generation of clinical epidemiologists and physician scientists by providing mentorship and training for Yale faculty through monthly "chalk talks" and its T32 training grant.