The Administrative Core is located at San Francisco General Hospital, part of the University of California, San Francisco Brain and Spinal Injury Center. The Administrative Core manages subcontracts, prepares/monitors budgets, reports to NIH Program staff regarding timeline and milestone achievements, submits progress reports, and plans/facilitates meetings and teleconferences, including distributing and archiving agendas and minutes.
Core Leader | Geoff Manley, MD PhD
Dr. Manley is the Chief of Neurosurgery at San Francisco General Hospital and Professor of Neurosurgery at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF). He is a trauma neurosurgeon with clinical interests in brain injury, spinal cord injury and neurocritical critical care. His translational research interests span from the laboratory to the bedside.
Core Co-leader | Amy Markowitz, JD
Amy J. Markowitz, JD is a medical and health policy editor with particular experience managing complex research enterprises. As Program Manager of the Traumatic Brain Injury Endpoints Development (TED) Initiative and part of the Administrative Core for TRACK-TBI, she coordinates intramural and extramural communication between these programs and their research, regulatory, and private-public partners.
Program Analyst | Brian Fabian, MPA
Brian Fabian, MPA comes to the TED Initiative after serving over three years as the Program Manager of the Liver Center at UCSF. As part of the Administrative Core of the TED Initiative and TRACK-TBI, Brian provides overall programmatic support and coordination to these efforts.