Conflict of Interest Policy
University conflict of interest policy as outlined in the Standard Practice Guide (SPG) must comply with state and federal external requirements. In addition, the university provides operational policies to guide employees in disclosing outside activities, relationships, or interests and managing identified conflicts of interest and commitment.
Great Lakes Discovery
Great Lakes Discovery, a venture launched by Deerfield Management Company, will invest up to $130M over the next decade in biomedical research at U-M with the aim of developing potentially life-saving drugs and disease treatments.
Driving bio-industry growth in Michigan by providing access to resources and information critical to success, advocating for policy decisions that support the long-term viability of the life sciences, and connecting the people, companies, and ideas necessary to create the next generation of bio-innovation.
MTRAC Innovation Hub for Life Sciences
The Michigan Translational Research and Commercialization for Life Sciences Innovation Hub is a statewide program supporting translational research projects in life sciences with high commercial potential, with the ultimate goal of positively impacting human health.
MTRAC Innovation Hub for Advanced Transportation
MTRAC Transportation funds research applications in advanced transportation materials, robotics and autonomy, sensors, electric vehicle drivetrain, propulsion, software, controls, data, and advanced manufacturing processes
NIBR Global Scholars Program
NIBR Global Scholars Program is a highly competitive program that connects university faculty involved in drug discovery research and related technologies from the University of Michigan and other national and international academic institutions with the NIBR scientific sponsors to explore new and exciting research directions toward transformative medicines.
SPARC – University of Michigan Partnership Grant for Drug Discovery
SPARC – University of Michigan Partnership Grant for Drug Discovery seeks to provide financial support and in-kind industry resources to move various promising drug-discovery research projects within the university toward the ultimate goal of new therapies for patients.
Toyota Research Institute
Building on a successful five-year collaboration with University of Michigan faculty, the Toyota Research Institute will renew its research partnership with U-M for an additional five years, with projects funded up to $3M per year, TRI announced Jan. 26.