The Michigan Translational Research and Commercialization (MTRAC) Innovation Hub for Ag & Bio is the first in a series of specialized statewide commercialization programs with in-depth domain expertise in specific areas of research. Translational research funding to accelerate the commercialization of high potential Ag & Bio technology is available to innovators at institutions of higher education, non-profit research centers, and hospital systems throughout Michigan.
A new informational page on emerging foreign influence guidelines has been developed and includes communications and various resources. Please visit often.
As part of the new MSU Scholars tool, faculty will now have the option to receive customized emails containing targeted funding opportunities keyed to their research interests, alerts as to when someone was searching for them or a research topic of theirs, and collaboration opportunities.
Tom Hollon (NIH) is available from June 17-21 and Sara Steenrod (NSF) is available from June 24-28 to meet with investigators individually or in small groups to discuss funding opportunities, current grant projects, and grant editing.
If you would like to schedule a meeting with Tom Hollon, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. For a meeting with Sara Steenrod, please email to email@example.com.
MSU's Institute for Public Policy and Social Research (IPPSR) is now accepting proposals through the Michigan Applied Public Policy Research grant program (MAPPR) for applied research on a current policy-relevant issue in Michigan.
The Office of the Provost and the Senior Vice President for Research and Innovation requests new proposals for the Center for Research in Autism, Intellectual, and other Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (C-RAIND).
Exciting summer opportunity for a graduate student to be a part of a new podcast production team.
The MSU Office of Research and Innovation is pleased to announce Manifold, a new podcast series that aims to take a hard look at today’s intellectual issues and controversies from varying points of view.
To use the Ability system effectively, we are encouraging supervisors to learn about subject tracks in addition to specific courses. Adding tracks to your new employees’ Ability accounts helps them start training quickly and with confidence. Using tracks ensures email reminders are sent and can improve compliance inspection results.
Sara Steenrod is available from Apr. 8-12 and Tom Hollon is available from Apr. 15-19 to meet with investigators individually or in small groups to discuss funding opportunities, current grant projects, and grant editing.