Apply to be a coach or a mentee in the R01 Bootcamp, a program designed to help participants get their first R01 grant.
U-M Office of Research Workshops
Programs from the main campus Office of Research.
U-M online program in the conducting of responsible research.
Michigan Research Experts
This tool scans and analyzes publications, creating a portrait of a U-M researcher's expertise and exposing connections among authors. Useful for finding collaborators in your research area.
Think. Check. Submit. helps researchers identify trusted journals and publishers for their research. Through a range of tools and practical resources, this international, cross-sector initiative aims to educate researchers, promote integrity, and build trust in credible research and publications.
Struggling to write? Are you finding it hard to focus because it's easy to get distracted by other things? Then join us for the Write on (Web)Site every weekday 8-10am in the Zoom Room. A Write-on-Site group is a way to build in writing time and accountability even when we're working from home. Write-on-site accountability is simple: show up at the designated time, in the designated Zoom Room, and settle in to work on your writing for however long you've planned for. The addition of a routine to your weekly schedule can help add value and protect your time so that you can dedicate to writing every day.
If you'd like to join a write-on-site, just log into the Zoom meeting, mute your microphone, open your text editor of choice, and get started. Feel free to share this link (not on social media) with anyone who wants to join or set up writing time and have added accountability towards their writing. For those of us that have participated in the Zoom writing meetings, we have found that the more people who join, the more writing energy moves through the meeting, so please join us! Once we are no longer social distancing, we will open these to in-person write-on-sites with sites around the Medical School.
Tips on increasing your chance at success, presented by Jasna Markovac, senior advisor for publishing at U-M Medical School, and Professor Thomas Annesley, deputy editor of Clinical Chemistry.
EMERSE (Electronic Medical Record Search Engine) provides a self-service web-based tool for authorized users to search clinical notes from our electronic medical record (CareWeb and Michart).
Consulting for Statistics, Computing and Analytics Research (CSCAR) provides free statistical consulting to all U-M faculty, staff, and graduate students to help with the design, planning, analysis, and presentation of results of research studies.
This article looks at various ways to give effective feedback on written work. It is from Chapter Eight, Holding Up the Mirror: Giving and Receiving Feedback, in the book, Writing for Scholars: A Practical Guide to Making Sense & Being Heard, by Lynn P. Nygaard.