The Florida RDC
Located on UF's East Campus, the FLRDC provides a secure research environment where researchers can analyze restricted data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau and other federal statistical agencies. Click below to learn more about the FLRDC and inquire about access.
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John Hood is a doctoral candidate with the UF Department of Anthropology. His research consists of conducting quantitative modeling and statistical analysis of human migration networks. John is available to researchers from FLRDC Consortium Institutions to discuss your proposed project, and review your proposal. If you are not a member of a consortium institution, please email John and RDC Director, Dr. Jaclyn Hall to discuss your options for FLRDC access.
About the FLRDC
about the flrdc
The UF-FSU FLRDC Consortium
Click below to learn more about the FLRDC and inquire about access.
The information provided through the FLRDC is available to researchers from universities, government agencies, and private institutions in Florida and beyond. In order to access this information, researchers must draft a research proposal to be submitted to the federal agency whose data they want to access for their research. A list of federal agencies providing data can be found here.
Researchers must consult with the FLRDC Administrator about the content and form of a research proposal. The administrator can assist researchers in determining data availability and in preparing worthy proposals. Graduate students who are interested in using the FLRDC should obtain an email of support from their advisors prior to initiating the proposal process. Click below to learn more about the proposal submission process and obtaining special sworn status.
Join the FLRDC e-mail list
Located on UF's East Campus, the FLRDC will provide a secure research environment where researchers can analyze restricted data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau and other federal statistical agencies. Click below to learn more about the FLRDC and inquire about access.
FLRDC Consortium Members
Support for the FLRDC is provided by consortium members at the University of Florida, Florida State University, Moffitt Cancer Center, and University of Central Florida. All researchers at FLRDC Consortium institutions have access to the FLRDC. Some federal data sets, i.e. data from the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), may have some additional data management related fees. The consortium welcomes other institutions to join and also welcomes researchers at non-consortium institutions to inquire about obtaining access to the FLRDC.
Learn more about the FLRDC’s consortium partners below:
University of florida (UF)
UF is a land, sea, space-grant research university with facilities in all 67 counties across the state of Florida.
florida state university (fsu)
FSU is the state’s oldest higher education institution. It is a space and sea-grant research university offering over 300 degree programs.
Moffitt cancer center
Moffitt Cancer Center is Florida’s first National Cancer Institute designated cancer center singularly focused on cancer prevention, treatment, and cures.
University of Central Florida (UCF)
UCF is a research metropolitan university in Orlando, contributing to advances in space, simulation and healthcare among other areas.
University of Florida partners
Support for the FLRDC from within the UF comes from the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI), Office of Research, Department of Health Outcomes and Biomedical Informatics (HOBI) at the College of Medicine, and the Bureau for Economic and Business Research (BEBR).
Learn more about the FLRDC’s UF partners below:
FLRDC Executive Director | executive advisory committee
Jaclyn Hall, PhD
The FLRDC is available for all researchers in the region. If you are not associated with a current FLRDC Consortium Institution, you could obtain access as an individual project. Email Dr. Hall to discuss how to access the FRLDC.
Executive Advisory Committee Members
Principal investigator (PI)
Christopher McCarty, PhD
Associate Dean, UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences | Director, UF Bureau of Economic Business Research (BEBR)
Nicole Jones, PhD
Assistant Professor, Sociology | Department of Sociology, Criminology & Law | UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS)
Brian Stults, PhD
Associate Professor | FSU College of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Mathew Hauer, PhD
Assistant Professor, Sociology | FSU College of Social Sciences and Public Policy
Dana Rollison, PhD
Vice President and Chief Data Officer | Associate Center Director, Data Science | Moffitt Cancer Center
Chistopher Emrich, PhD, GISP
Associate Professor, Environmental Science and Public Administration | UCF School of Public Administration | UCF National Center for Integrated Coastal Research
Location and parking
where to find the FLRDC
UF Eastside Campus
- Take exit 390 (Gainesville / FL-222 / NW 39thAve)
- Go 9.7 miles east on FL 222/NW 39th Ave to Waldo Rd (FL 24)
- Turn right (south)
- Go approximately 1.1 miles. After the turn onto Waldo Rd., you go through 1 stoplight (at NE 23rd Ave.)
- UF Eastside Campus will be on your right
From I-95 & Jacksonville:
- Take I-10 West
- Follow I-10 West for approximately 37 miles to US 301 South (Baldwin, exit 343)
- From US 301 take FL-24W in Waldo for another 14 miles
- UF Eastside Campus will be on your right
From the Gainesville Regional Airport:
- Exit the airport drive. Turn right (west) on SR 222 (NW 39th Avenue)
- Go about 1/2 mile to Waldo Rd (traffic light); turn left (South) onto Waldo Rd.
- Go about 1.5 mi. south on Waldo Rd; look for the UF Eastside Campus on your right
When You Arrive at UF Eastside Campus:
- If you park outside of the designated Visitor Parking area without a valid UF Parking decal, you will be ticketed.
- Special note to UF employees: Do not park in the “Visitor Parking Area” if you have a UF Decal! Your car will be ticketed by UPD if you park there! The Visitor Parking Area is for non-UF Employee Parking only!