To encourage the pursuit of large-scale grants, MICHR has developed a comprehensive plan of support that is available to investigators across U-M. Interested researchers are encouraged to attend the Large-Scale Grants Town Hall on May 1, from noon - 1 p.m., in the CVC's Danto Auditorium.
MICHR is seeking a program lead for their Postdoctoral Translational Scholars Program (PTSP). This is a faculty position requiring a commitment of about 15% effort per 12-month calendar. Applications are due March 31.
MICHR has established a Applied Biostatistical Sciences (ABS) Network that catalyzes a campus-wide community of biostatisticians and develops novel resources. The next event is scheduled for June 21 with Regina Nuzzo, PhD, Stats Professor at Gallaudet University and Freelance Journalist, presenting on Statistics and Data Science Communication: Tips and Tricks for a New Model of Engagement.
Thisworkshop series is designed to present basic, introductory-level material covering concepts in clinical or health research. It is open to all study team members who are new to clinical or health research at U-M or new to any of the topics listed.
Have you completed basic instruction in clinical research but are looking for more? The Instruction in Monitoring, Procedures Documentation and ClinicalTrials.gov (IMPACT) workshop series is designed for study team members who are ready for an intermediate level of training for clinical trials skills.
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.