A roundup of state and federal grant programs for startups and other commercialization ventures.
Use this tool to apply for open funding opportunities, including:
- Bridging Support
- External Limited Submissions
- Pilot Grants
The Office of Research maintains a list of internal and external funding opportunities.
The Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research runs a Pilot Grant Program for bench-to-bedside and bedside-to-practice translational research.
The University of Michigan Library has compiled resources for internal and extending funding, grant writing preparation and training, and research collaboration.
Apply to be a coach or a mentee in the R01 Bootcamp, a program designed to help participants get their first R01 grant.
Programs from the main campus Office of Research.
U-M online program in the conducting of responsible research.
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.
The UMMS Office of Research has created a visual Research Route Map, designed to show you the process of research here at the University of Michigan.
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. End Edition. Published by SAGE Publications Ltd. 1 Oliver’s Yard, 55 City Road, London EC1Y 1SP www.sagepublishing.com Copyright© Lynn P. Nygaard, 2015. All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission.
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.
An excerpt from a scientific writing workshop, focusing on best practices for using figures and tables in publications.
The Center for Statistical Consultation and 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.
A comprehensive manual by the U-M Department of Pathology that introduces new researchers to best practices in running a lab, managing grants, and hiring personnel.
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.
What to expect during the publication review process.
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