Our Community Engagement Program promotes new collaborations and projects that positively impact the health of communities. This is done through research focused on community-identified and defined priorities with community and academic partners.
This self-guided course is designed to outline best practices for clinical research. While these best practices are based in the principles of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) from the International Conference on Harmonization, this course is not able to fulfill requirements to complete GCP training.
To address the need for consistent training and assessment of research skills, MICHR has collaborated three other universities to create the DIAMOND portal. The portal is a digital collection that serves as a sustainable, federated database for members of clinical and translational research study teams to share and access training and assessment resources.
This self-guided course is designed to outline basic data management concepts and demonstrate how data managers, or other study team members, can work to improve data quality. You will learn to speak the language of data management and discover how the concepts presented can be applied to the everyday management of research data.
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 open for 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.