Resources for Researchers
NIH's new grant application rules for 2016 - Tom Hollon, grant editor and consultant, joined the staff of the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies in 2015. He has over 10 years of experience as a grant consultant with a strong focus on NIH. To review and comply with the new rules, Mr. Hollen has provided NIH guideline slides.
- eRA Commons
The Electronic Research Administration (ERA) Commons is where NIH grantee organizations and grantees exchange information about the administration of proposal submissions and funded proposals.
- NIH RePORTER
Site where the public can find research funded projects based on title, primary investigator, and other criteria.
- NIH Awarding Office Acronym List
An extensive list of NIH acronyms.
- NIH Grant Mechanisms
Types of grant programs used by NIH.
- Grant Writing Tips
NIH tips and guides for grant writing.
Website where researchers can find and download applications to apply for NIH grants.
- NIH Forms & Application Instructions
Links to electronic forms and application instructions.
- NIH Standard Due Dates
Information on grant application due dates.
- NRSA (T & F Mechanisms)
Various NIH resources for institutional grants and fellowships.
- STTR/SBIR (R41, R42, R43, R44 Mechanisms)
Various NIH resources to promote small business applications.
- NIH Scoring System and Procedure
Guidelines used by NIH for review and scoring of application.
- Standing Committee/Special Emphasis Panel Roster
Rosters of specific SEPs as well as contact information for the designated Scientific Review Administrator.
- Vice President for Research & Graduate Studies (VPRGS)
Michigan State University Research web site
- NIH's new grant application rules for 2016 - Tom Hollon, grant editor and consultant, joined the staff of the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies in 2015. He has over 10 years of experience as a grant consultant with a strong focus on NIH. To review and comply with the new rules, Mr. Hollen has provided NIH guideline slides.
- VPRGS Funding Opportunites Database
- MSU Scholars
This site highlights the publications of MSU's researchers, as reflected in Elsevier's Scopus database, and their grants, as reflected in MSU's Contracts and Grants database. It can be used to search for expertise, identify research opportunities, and facilitate collaborations.
- Animal Research (IACAUC)
University policy and guidelines for animal research.
Connects businesses with MSU Resources to aid them in reaching their business goals.
- Center for Statistical Training and Consulting (CSTAT)
Supports faculty, staff and graduate students through statistical training, grant development, and consulting.
- Biomedical Research Informatics Core (BRIC)
Supports clinical and translational researchers through high-level informatics and information technology.
- Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI)
Supports clinical and translational research at Michigan State University.
- Controller’s Office
MSU website for financial information.
- Environmental Health & Safety (EHS)
Promotes and establishes programs in health and safety, protection of the environment and regulatory compliance.
- Health Information Technology
Technological services department for MSU’s Human Health Affairs.
- Human Research (HRPP)
University policy and guidelines for human research.
- Manual of Business Procedures
Manual that outlines the proper University business procedures and fiscal oversight.
- MSU Computer Store
Store where computers, hardware and software can be purchased.
- MSU Library
MSU Libraries provide access to books and scholarly journal articles.
- MSU Stores
Warehouse where MSU’s commonly used high-volume items are stocked and distributed.
- MSU Technologies
University policy and guidelines related to intellectual property rights.
- Office of Sponsored Programs/Contract & Grants (OSP/CGA)
MSU website for the fiscal administration of gifts, grants and contracts.
- Purchasing Office
Office that manages the supply chain at MSU.
College of Human Medicine
Office of Research
- Alexandrov, A.V. & Hennerici, M.G. (2007). Writing good abstracts. Cerebrovascular disease. 23, 256-259.
- Fisher, W.E. (2005). Abstract writing. Journal of Surgical Research, 128, 162-164.
- Haigh, C.A. (2006). The art of the abstract. Nurse Education Today, 26, 355-357.
- Happell, B. (2007). Hitting the target! A no ears approach to writing an abstract for a conference presentation. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 16, 447-452.
- Borrelli, B. (2011). The assessment, monitoring and enhancement of treatment fidelity in public health clinical trials. Journal of Public Health Dentistry, 71, S52-S63.
- Aranda, S. (2008). Designing nursing interventions. Collegian, 15(1), 19-25.
- Schulz, K. F., Altman, D. G. & Moher, D. (2010). CONSORT 2010 Statement: updated guidelines for reporting parallel group randomized trials. Ann Int Med; 152.
- Guide for Peer Reviewers of Biomedical Manuscripts (training to orient and educate peer reviewers on how to perform their tasks).
- Butz, A.M., Kohr, L., & Jones, D. (2004). Developing a successful poster presentation. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 18, 45-48.
- Erren, T.C. & Bourne, P.E. (2007). Ten simple rules for a good poster presentation. PloS Computational Biology, 3, 0777-0778.
- Lowcay, B. & McIntyre, E. (2005). Research posters-the way to display. British Medical Journal, December, 251-252.
- Lowcay, B. & McIntyre, E. (2006). Research posters ?the way to display (2). British Medical Journal, January, 29.