UMMS Competition Space
UMMS Competition Space is an innovative online platform that streamlines the process of finding, and applying for, funding opportunities through the U-M Medical School.
The following funding opportunities will now be posted, and can be applied for, through UMMS Competition Space:
- Bridging Support
- External Limited Submissions
- Other Opportunities
- Pilot Grants
Competition Space is updated regularly by the UMMS Office of Research as well as centers and institutes affiliated with the Medical School offering pilot program funding opportunities for biomedical research. In compliance with the Medical School Centralized Pilot Programs Policy, all Medical School administered pilot programs are now handled through Competition Space. All future internal funding opportunities, including external non-federal limited submission announcements, will also be posted through UMMS Competition Space.
UMMS Office of Research Bridging Support
BMRC Bridging Support Program for Biomedical Research - Bridging funds of up to $50,000 (matched by departments) for researchers between A0 and A1 submissions. Applicants must have a history of R01-equivalent funding (click through the link for more details). Principal Investigators must demonstrate financial need and effort to address reviewers' critiques. Requests will be evaluated by the BMRC.
Research Funding & Grants Guide
In partnership with the Medical School Office of Research, the U-M Office of Research & Sponsored Projects, U-M Foundation Relations, and Michigan Medicine Corporate & Foundation Relations, the U-M Library maintains the Research Funding & Grants Guide, a one-stop shop for finding information about research funding. The Guide is a central, campus-wide web portal for funding resources, grant-writing training and events, and more. No matter the type of funding (internal, external, or crowd-sourced) or information resource, the Guide will point you in the right direction.
Personalized Research Funding Search Consultation
Feeling overwhelmed with where and how to start looking for funding? Then simply go to the Research Funding & Grants Guide and submit a request to the U-M Library for a personalized research funding search consultation. The information experts at the Library will meet with you one-on-one to understand your research objectives and connect you to all of the tools you'll need for a successful search.
Personalized Funding Consultation with a Commercialization Expert
Whether you’re exploring commercialization opportunities, or you have an early-stage venture, a Personalized Funding Consultation with a Fast Forward Medical Innovation commercialization expert can help you plan, secure funding, and advance your innovation.
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Contact Jill Jividen, Ph.D., Assistant Director for Research Development, at email@example.com or 734-764-3634.
A full list of Research Development staff is available in the Personnel Directory.