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Michigan Medicine is now accepting submissions for research programs to take advantage of 75,000 square feet of newly renovated space at the North Campus Research Complex.
Q&A Session on June 26
Interested faculty are invited to join Steven Kunkel, Medical School interim Chief Scientific Officer and Senior Associate Dean for Research, for a Q&A Session about the space and the RFP process. A light lunch will be provided.
12:00pm-1:00pm, Wednesday, June 26
Room 5000, Taubman Library
Leveraging Our Research Strengths
The goal for the new space is to bring together highly collaborative faculty and their teams, leveraging U-M’s biomedical research strengths by aligning interests, expertise, and technologies from multiple Medical School departments to enhance the already robust research environment at the North Campus Research Complex (NCRC).
Are you and your research team ready to become a part of one of the most vibrant research communities not just on the U-M campus, but across the country? Then consider submitting a proposal to occupy the final space to come online at NCRC.
Buildings 20E and 25 are at the very heart of NCRC, and will be ready for occupancy in Spring/Summer 2020. They’re currently being renovated with a contemporary design, creating a series of open and flexible lab units that will feature:
- wet labs with moveable and fixed casework
- work space outside the labs for staff and students
- collaboration and meeting spaces
- kitchen/break areas
- two shared animal procedure spaces per floor in Building 25
- dry research/computational space
In addition to these features, Buildings 20E and 25 are being updated with sustainability in mind. That means energy efficient windows and roofing, low-VOC finish materials like paint and flooring, low-flow water fixtures, LED lighting, and heating and cooling that will utilize an energy recovery system.
Click on the slides below to view architectural renderings and other facility photos.
(To view detailed floor plans of Buildings 20E and 25, please login using your U-M level-1 login CLICK HERE)
Over 3,500 research faculty and staff already call NCRC home, collaborating on research today that will be tomorrow’s healthcare innovations. Will your program or lab be the next group to join that groundbreaking research community? CLICK HERE for more details and the official RFP in Competition Space.
Important dates for the proposal process:
Due Date for Proposals: September 9, 2019
Space & Research Programming Team Review: October 8, 2019
Michigan Medicine Research Board of Directors Review: October 15, 2019
Targeted Renovation Completion and Moves: Spring-Summer 2020
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Community at NCRC
If your program moves to NCRC, your team will be able to take advantage of the many amenities at the complex, including:
- Easy collaboration with some of our top research programs, including IHPI, the Biointerfaces Institute, the Cardiovascular Research Center, Pathology, and Translational Oncology.
- Just a walk down the hall to multiple cores, such as the Microscopy Lab, Central Biorepository, and the Data Office. Plus support units like the Medical School Office of Research, Faculty Development, MICHR, and Tech Transfer. CLICK HERE for a list of all the offices and labs currently located at NCRC.
- Picasso Dining Hall, offering five different food stations and a Starbucks coffee bar. Plus two satellite snack/coffee bars in other areas of the complex.
- Wellness Center weight and workout room, with a variety of ongoing MHealthy classes and programs.
- North-East Shuttle bus loop, with regular runs back and forth to the Medical Campus.
- Bio Research Shuttle, offering on-demand transportation for team members carrying bio-research material.
- Mcity’s driverless shuttle to the Lurie Center on North Campus.
- North Campus Children’s Center daycare and summer camp.
- Close to shopping and restaurants, plus easy access to US-23 and M-14.
- M Farmers’ Market that offers fresh produce in season.
- Blue and Yellow parking.
Is your department chair or leadership interested in touring NCRC and the new spaces? Connect with Tim Muth, NCRC Planning Manager, at email@example.com.