There are many funding opportunities available across the university and beyond. Highlighted below are some that are most applicable to the BRCF.
Funds Available to U-M Researchers Exploring Problems in Aging
The Nathan Shock Center for the Biology of Aging has subsidy funds available to help U-M faculty members purchase services from U-M research cores.
The funds may be used to help pay a portion (50%) of the costs at any U-M core that has user fees or recharge rates. The research project must address questions related to the physiology, cell biology, genetics or molecular biology of aging.
Example Cores include:
- Protein Structure Core
- DNA Sequencing Core
- Metabolomics and Obesity Center
- Center for Molecular Imaging
- Affymetrix and DNA Microarray Core
- Center for Chemical Genomics
- shRNA Library Core
For more information, please download the application from the Nathan Shock Center website: http://sitemaker.umich.edu/nsc/files/application_to_nsc_fac_7-27-2011.pdf.
Office of Research Funding Opportunities
The Office of Research offers bridging support, announcements about external funding opportunities, and more. Visit the Research Development Support Funding Opportunities page to learn more.
MICHR Pilot Grant Program
MICHR offers grant programs for basic, clinical, translational research, and more. Full details are available on their website.
Updated: January 7, 2014