As part of the recent Association for Clinical and Translation Science (ACTS) Conference in Washington DC, in partnership with the Coalition for Clinical and Translational Science, two representatives from MICHR participated in Capitol Hill Advocacy Day.
The authors of a study recently published in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Research examined MICHR’s effects on grant success at U-M. The study showed that MICHR had a positive and statistically significant relationship with grant funding success.
I was finding research funding options to be very complicated and confusing, until I stumbled upon the MICHR webpage… cue ray of light and angels singing. The resources on this page were exactly what I had been searching for.
That’s been really helpful, having outside observers really read through the grant and critique it. Sometimes on the departmental level it’s hard to get people to really read through a grant proposal thoroughly and the RDC is pretty great for that.