This R01 Boot Camp time management workshop is now being offered to ANYONE interested in devoting more time to their research writing.
Join the Flow Cytometry Core and Nexcelom as they present Celigo® S, a bench-top, microwell plate based, bright field and fluorescent imaging system.
Members of a clinical research team who are new users of DataDirect or users looking for more information on features and functionality of the tool are invited to attend this live online training.
Join Jill Jividen, Ph.D., for a half-day workshop covering proposal writing for NIH, NSF, foundations grants, and more!
For the first time, the R01 Boot Camp grant writing workshop is being offered to ANYONE interested in brushing up on NIH grant writing skills.
Administrators and leadership who work with research faculty are invited to attend this event to learn about the many research development services offered by the U-M Library.
The Proteomics & Peptide Synthesis Core invites you to join them for a lunch seminar discussing how proteomics advances clinical research.
The University of Michigan Medical School Central Biorepository will host the 2016 GLBRN annual meeting.
As a part of the NCRC Expo Seminar Series, the Microscopy & Image Analysis Laboratory will discuss the latest instrumentation equipment and the benefits of STED High Resolution Imaging.
As a part of the NCRC Expo Seminar Series, Research Development Support will walk you through the proposal development resources for obtaining and maintaining extramural funding.