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Psychiatry Grants Management Office

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Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research (MICHR)
MICHR is to enable and enhance clinical and translational research by supporting research at every phase.  MICHR supports early career investigators through its robust pilot grant program as well as career development and mentoring services. MICHR maintains the UMClinicalStudies.org website, linking potential volunteers to research studies, and offers many clinical research management services, as well as consultation to assist investigators in designing, writing, and submitting external grant proposals. MICHR also provides guidance with study design and scientific review, advice for second round submissions, administrative and regulatory support, and budgeting.
Created by the Regents of the U-Michigan in 2006, MICHR is also part of a national consortium of 55 medical research institutions funded through Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSAs). The CTSA initiative is led by the National Center for Research Resources, through the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

U-M Research (DRDA/OVPR)

UMMS Research Project Route Map

UMMS Grants Office

Standard Practice Guide  

Human Subjects Review Information

PEERRS

Financial Operations-Sponsored Programs Information and Procedures

 

External Sites:

NIH Competing Applications Standard Deadlines

NIH Grants Process:  Helpful Links/Resources

NIH Home Page:  - a new look to the NIH Home page links to a multitude of information including offices within the offices of the Director, as well as to Institute and Center Web sites, each of which provides valuable tools and insights into Institute-specific areas of research emphasis.  Links also provided to OER, multi-media tools, contacts, job info, and the latest NIH news.

NIH Office of Extramural Research Administration (OER): – newly redesigned Web site provides an overview of the NIH grants process (from idea to post award administration), links to Grants Policy documents, NIH funding opportunities and guide notices, NIH programs, a glossary, contacts and additional ways to stay connected to NIH, and so much more!

Contact Information
NIH Staff Search- by employee name
NIH Grants Management Contact Guidance: NIH Grants Administration Information Sources – provides central IC grants management and program contact info and guidelines for who to contact.

SELECT POLICY GUIDANCE/EXTRAMURAL GRANT PROGRAM INFORMATION

Forms and Applications

Funding Opportunities and Notices:  NIH Guide to Grants and Contracts - or Federal-wide

Grants Policy and Guidance:- includes links to the Grants Policy Statement (current and prior versions), as well as General Policy Notices, additional Policy Resources, Guidance Documents, an archive of Policy Notices, and other Related Links.

Just-In-Time

Multiple PIs

New Investigators Home Page

NIH Grants Policy Statement- an on-line document providing policy guidance that serves as the terms and conditions of NIH awards. This document also provides information about NIH-its organization, its staff, and its grants process.

Other Support

Public Access- links to the latest policy guidance regarding submission of journal articles to PubMed Central that arise from NIH funds.

RePort (NIH Research Portfolio On-Line Reporting Tool):– NEW - this site provides reports, data, and analyses of NIH research programs and activities, as well as links to Crisp, a glossary of reporting terminology, FAQs, and so much more.  The RePort Web site replaces Award Information and Data site with a new look, more links to commonly searched information, and a variety of data searching tools.

Types of Grant Programs (select programs only):  activity codes and descriptions

ELECTRONIC RESEARCH ADMINISTRATION

Edison Invention Reporting: for on-line invention reporting.

NIH electronic Research Administration (eRA) Commons: the NIH eRA Commons is a virtual meeting place where NIH extramural grantee organizations, grantees, and the public can receive and transmit information about the administration of biomedical and behavioral research.

NIH Electronic Submission of Grant Applications Homepage: includes information on the electronic submission process and links to the timeline, training opportunities, automated demos, options for MAC Users, resources, FAQs, and Tips on Avoiding Common Errors, tips for the PI, and so much more!

TRAINING AND OUTREACH RESOURCES

All About Grants Tutorial:Provided by NIAID, this site includes tutorials on the entire Grant Application and Award process.

Everything You Wanted to Know about the NCI Grants Process…But were Afraid to Ask

Grant Writing Tips Sheets: in addition to the OER Web site’s grant’s process information, this link provides a summary of grant writing tips from across NIH.

OER Nexus: Sign up to receive this bi-monthly update published by OER – provides the external scientific community with updates on NIH policies and activities as well as an opportunity to gain a better understanding of the operation of extramural programs. We intend the Nexus to be a two-way communications portal.

Peer Review Process: a primer for new applicants providing a snapshot of the application process reviewed in the Center for Scientific Review.  This link provides additional links to understanding the peer review process.

OFFICE LINKS

Center for Scientific Review (Application Receipt, Referral and Review)

HHS Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP): this office at the Department of Health and Human Services leads efforts in protecting human subjects in biomedical and behavioral research.

NIH Division of Loan Repayment: NIH program which will repay a portion of qualified education debt in exchange for a 2-3 year commitment to your research career.  This site answers the most commonly asked questions about the program.

NIH Institutes, Centers and Offices

NIH Office of Extramural Research (OER): host to quantities of information of interest to the extramural community, including links to grants process information, grants policy documents, a glossary, quick links, FAQs, Trans-NIH Initiatives, the NIH Guide, and more.

NIH Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare (OLAW): responsible for animal-related functions, including the Public Health Service Policy on Humane Care and Use of Laboratory Animals, administering an educational program for PHS-supported institutions and investigators, negotiating Animal Welfare Assurances, and evaluating compliance with the PHS Policy.

SBIR/STTR: - this home page links to small business research funding opportunities, conferences, and more.