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Developing a MICHR Community-Engaged Pilot Grant Proposal: Stories and Strategies for Success


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Are you looking for funding to support a community-engaged research project?

The Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR) provides funding for research that uses principles of community engagement and addresses community-identified health priorities. We invite you to attend this workshop to learn about funding opportunities that encourage community engagement and strategies for developing a competitive MICHR pilot grant application.

Prior awardees will share stories from their community-academic partnerships and tips for success. MICHR staff and faculty will also be present to provide feedback about proposed research and partnership plans. Participants are encouraged to bring any materials that might be useful in describing their project ideas.

This free workshop is open to community partners and academic researchers both within and outside of U-M.

Tuesday, July 18; Registration will close on July 17 or when capacity is reached.
Breakfast and Registration 9:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
Workshop: 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

University of Michigan, North Campus Research Complex, Building 10 South Atrium
2800 Huron Parkway, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Non-UM participants can request a free parking pass on the registration form.
Blue permit and metered spaces are available for U-M employees (faculty, staff, students).

Please note that this workshop is intended to support community and academic partners who are using community-engaged research approaches. MICHR's Pilot Grant Program also encourages applications using other research approaches. More information is available here. We anticipate that we will begin accepting applications for the next round of pilot funding in mid-July.

Please feel free to contact Adam Paberzs, MICHR Community Engagement Program Manager, at or 734-763-8880 with any questions.

Have questions about Developing a MICHR Community-Engaged Pilot Grant Proposal: Stories and Strategies for Success? Contact MICHR


University of Michigan, North Campus Research Complex
2800 Plymouth Road, Building 10 South Atrium
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109




MICHR educates, funds, connects, & supports research partnerships across U-M and the communities we serve.
Founded in 2006, MICHR helps investigators launch their ideas through pilot grant funding and consultation; connects researchers with community partners, clinics, practice-based networks, and potential study volunteers; and supports research teams through a variety of services, including clinical research management, biostatistical design and analysis, study management and monitoring, data management, and a professionally-staffed clinical research unit. MICHR is proud to be part of a national consortium of 60 academic research institutions funded through a Clinical and Translational Science Award from the National Institutes of Health.

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