Senior Director for Research in the Office of Research
Teri Grieb, Ph.D., is the Senior Director for Research at the University of Michigan Medical School. In this role, she partners with Michigan Medicine’s Chief Scientific Officer in advocacy for the research mission.
As the chief business and administrative officer for the research mission, Dr. Grieb is responsible for the operational and fiscal management of the Medical School Office of Research and its reporting units. She assists with developing and implementing strategic initiatives; leading enterprise change management; fostering collaborations with the research community across the university; and advising on policy, procedural, and operational issues for the research enterprise. Dr. Grieb serves as the lead administrative liaison and primary staff interface between the Medical School research enterprise and the institution.
Dr. Grieb holds a Ph.D. from the Genetics Program at George Washington University. After receiving her doctorate, she joined an early-stage, life sciences company, where she was the Director of Tissue Biologics and lead scientist responsible for developing the company’s licensed technology for sterilizing allograft tissues. Dr. Grieb then joined MedImmune, Inc., as a R&D project manager. She oversaw commercial and university in-licensed technologies. Prior to her current roles at the University of Michigan, Dr. Grieb was the Industry Research Liaison and was responsible for planning and implementing outreach activities to increase participation in technology transfer, grow partnerships with industry, and foster entrepreneurship.