Hundreds of people attended the Translational Research Symposium on October 4 at the U-M North Campus Research Complex. Speakers and attendees alike were engaged around the of “Found in Translation,” and were enthusiastic about the wide range of topics
The HomeLab, housed within the U-M BioSocial Methods Collaborative, looks and feels like a complete apartment. But unlike a home, the lab is outfitted with technology that allows researchers to observe how people live their lives.
MICHR belongs to two clinical trial networks that provide an established infrastructure that can help U-M investigators interested in conducting or participating in multisite clinical research test new therapeutic and preventative strategies in larger, more diverse patient populations.
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.