MICHR has funded 17 teams through the Mcubed Diamond Program, awarding nearly $500,000 to support innovative research across multiple stages of translation, including preclinical and clinical research, clinical implementation, and health outcome studies.
MICHR’s Community Engagement Program hosted a Trust Study Town Hall at the Genesee County Community Action Resource Department in Flint, Michigan, from 6-8 p.m. on Monday, September 23. It was attended by more than 160 community members, and featured the preliminary findings of a research study examining trust and mistrust in Flint before and during the various phases of the Flint Water Crisis.
Are you in a role that supports and enables individual and team research efforts? Interested in learning more about innovative research development activities? Registration is now openfor the National Organization of Research Development Professionals (NORDP) Great Lakes Regional Meeting, where experts will share and discuss their best practices, processes, and more to help you Get the Edge.
Join MICHR for an interactive workshop presenting the basics of budgeting for research grants. Learn how to calculate indirect costs, determine calendar months for effort, complete other budget components, and write a budget justification. We will also talk about how to monitor expenses after you are awarded and the closeout (FFR) process. This budgeting workshop is modeled using a NIH budget format.
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.