Michigan Experts, a searchable database of over 4,700 faculty members across the U-M research enterprise, has upgraded to the new Pure platform. Join us for a workshop designed to help faculty and staff learn to navigate options in the new platform.
Faculty and staff are invited to a special session addressing new standards from the NIH for grant applications that require researchers consider the robustness of their proposed research.
Join the Michigan Regional Comprehensive Metabolomics Resource Core (MRC2) for its first seminar of 2016. Dr. Daniel Raftery, NORC Metabolomics Sub-Core Facility Director and Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine Professor at the University of Washington, will present "Advanced Methods Development in Metabolomics and Applications to Colon Cancer."
Recent months have seen changes across the entire spectrum of animal research at the University of Michigan. Join leadership as we take a closer look at the path ahead for this important part of research at our institution.
Discover technologies to advance your research at the BRCF Technology & Services Showcase! Join us on Thursday, June 2. Speaking sessions begin at 10 AM; exhibit hall opens at 11:30 AM for a chance to network with experts from the Cores and their partner vendors. FREE lunch from Zingerman's will be available with entry ticket. RSVP is now closed for this event. Any extra available lunches will be available after 12:30 PM.
IRBMED is excited to be hosting the next installment of our Seminar Series, focusing on the Human Subject Protection Program reaccreditation and the proposed changes to the federal regulations.
Join the DNA Sequencing Core, HTG Molecular & WaferGen as they share their expertise in the latest techniques in sequencing-based RNA profiling and new tools available in single cell analysis. Two chances to attend: Tuesday at BSRB or Wednesday at NCRC.
The Medical School Office of Research invites faculty and staff involved in clinical trials to attend an overview of the OnCore clinical trials management system (CTMS).