MICHR provides a variety of services to help investigators translate their basic science discoveries from bench to bedside.
Our free in-person consultations offer personalized support and advice for your grant proposals or research ideas and are available to any U-M investigator.
MICHR's editor will carefully review your grant to identify red flags in the content; ensure logic, flow and clarity of ideas; eliminate jargon; improve sentence structure and grammar; and comment on unclear text.
MICHR’s biostatistics team consults and collaborates with researchers to provide expertise in all of your statistics needs.
This award assists early career “emerging basic,” clinical, and social scientists from all schools and colleges for clinical and translational research, to promote the development of collaborative, innovative, and novel research projects.
The Translational Science Toolkit provides an overview of the necessary knowledge, resources and connections that will guide your exploration of the translational impact of your research findings.
This three-part series for members of research study teams engages participants and provides opportunities for skill building and learning.
Are you writing a career development or R01 grant? Register now for this mock study section, which will help you understand how NIH grant reviewers think.
Orientation for Clinical Investigators is designed for early career faculty or experienced researchers new to clinical research at U-M.