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 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.
MICHR offers assistance in connecting potential research partners who have complementary interests and areas of expertise.
MICHR provides consultation, education, and funding to support research projects in community and practice-based settings.
This three-part workshop series is designed for study team members who are ready for an intermediate level of training for clinical trials skills.
The three-part MICHR K Writing Workshop series will help you get peer critique and feedback from senior faculty who are experienced in NIH study section thinking.
This symposium includes faculty and trainee presentations, poster session, networking breakfast and lunch. It is presented jointly by the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and Wayne State University.