The Duke Institute of Brain Sciences (DIBS) is a scientific institute that brings together the brain sciences at Duke, including the following centers:
- The Center for Cognitive Neuroscience provides office and laboratory space for researchers and students and hosts talk series, journal clubs, and a retreat.
- The Duke Center for Interdisciplinary Decision Sciences fosters education and research on the biological, social and societal mechanisms of decision making.
The Duke Center for the Study of Aging and Human Development is a national resource for the study of aging.
The Duke Center for Child and Family Policy bridges research across disciplines with teaching, service, and policy to inform approaches to societally important problems facing children and families.
The Duke Global Health Institute (DGHI) addresses health disparities, locally and abroad, through the lens of economics, sociology, psychology, and medicine, among others.
The Duke Social Science Research Institute (SSRI) bridges social and behavioral sciences to address problems of societal importance.