Keep Researching - Website Offers Guidance on Working Safely
Protecting the health of the general public, research subjects, students and all MSU colleagues is, and must remain, the clear first priority. Please refer to this website for guidelines on continuation of research.Learn More
Welcome to the Office of Research & Innovation
The Office of Research & Innovation supports MSU’s research and creative activity by administering research funding, ensuring research integrity for both faculty and students, providing grants support services, fostering collaboration, licensing university inventions, and overseeing regulatory compliance. Visitors can experience a sampling of outstanding faculty research by viewing lectures on YouTube, reading Research@MSU news, or by following research blogs on Spartan Ideas.
The Research Facilitation team has developed a checklist tool to help new researchers walk through the steps of setting up their first research project.
Leverage the MSU Scholars tool to find research funding and have the system send you alerts about new opportunities.
Stay current with emerging federal guidelines related to outside influence on research. This page will be updated as new information, guidelines, and resources become available.
Join your MSU research colleagues and students as we acknowledge and celebrate women in science during a special, month-long event, focused around the independent film documentary, "Picture a Scientist". February 11 through March 8.
A new resource developed by faculty is now available to aid in the design and preparation of federal training grant applications.
MSU Technologies (MSUT), MSU’s technology transfer office, works with faculty members and researchers on the licensing and commercialization of inventions and copyrightable materials developed at the University.
Featured:The Center for Research in Autism, Intellectual and Other Neurodevelopmental Disabilities
Nigel Paneth presents an overview of the research and outreach at MSU’s Center for Research in Autism, Intellectual and other Neurodevelopmental Disabilities or C-RAIND.