Consider nominating your mentor for the 2018 Distinguished Clinical & Translational Research Award. The award is part of MICHR's continuing efforts to foster a culture of learning, especially in the area of clinical and health research.
This program is aimed at students currently enrolled in any health-related professional degree program. It is designed to introduce students in health-related professional degree programs to research early in their course of study,
MICHR is offering a free course for current K-grant awardees, focusing on responsible conduct of research (RCR). This series will help participants identify and address RCR issues in their own research and will satisfy related requirements of the NIH K23 application. Participants will receive mentoring from faculty experienced in RCR areas.
A key item on the Clinical Trials Support Office’s “to do” list is transitioning currently active trials under the umbrella of their appropriate Clinical Trials Support Unit into OnCore, the new Clinical Trials Management System. The Clinical Trials Support Office will be partnering with investigators and their teams between October 2017 and July 2018 to migrate non-oncology clinical trials, and oncology trials will begin migrating later in 2018.
This workshop for faculty will address this challenge by teaching the importance of value propositions and communicating research in a way that makes it compelling for every audience.
Are you looking for funding for an innovative research project? Does your research address an area of clinical and translational science or a community-identified health priority? If so, you are encouraged to apply for the Translational Science Award pilot grant.
Applications are due September 5, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. via UMMS Competition Space.