Total Value Name of Award / Description of Study Project Start Project End Awarded by Principal Investigator Unit
$1,784,992 Impact of Dysfunctional BDNF on Dopamine Terminal Remodeling in the Parkinsonian Striatum 01/01/2019 12/31/2023 NINDS Kathy Steece- Collier,Ph.D., Professor Transitional Science and Molecular Medicine
$1,567,790 Michigan CARES (Collaborative Addiction Resources and Education System) 12/1/18 9/30/20 Michigan Dept of Health and Human Services Kelly Strutz, PhD OB/GYN & Reproductive Biology
$761,383 The Role of PPAR in Human Placental Development and Preeclampsia 4/1/18 3/31/20 NIH - Department of Health and Human Services Sascha Drewlo, PhD OB/GYN & Reproductive Biology
$365,921 The role of SUMOylation in Tau-mediated pathology, subcontract award. 01/01/2019 12/31/2023 NIH/NINDS Nicholas M. Kanaan, Ph.D., Associate Professor Transitional Science and Molecular Medicine
$38,676 Identifying Neuroinflammation in Glioblastoma 6/27/18 12/31/19 Spectrum Health System Jeffrey MacKeigan, PhD OB/GYN & Reproductive Biology
$20,000 The Role of CBX family proteins in uterine fibroid proliferation and fibrosis. 07/01/19 06/30/20 Society for Reproductive Investigation Jitu George, PhD Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology
$20,000 The Pathophysiology of progesterone resistance in endometriosis. 07/01/19 06/30/20 Society for Reproductive Investigation Tae Hoon Kim, PhD Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology
$8,000 Buffers, Barriers, and Resiliency in Breastfeeding Behaviors of Asian American Mothers 12/01/2018 11/30/2019 Trifecta Initiative for Interdisciplinary Health Research Co-Is: Mary Bresnahan, PhD, Professor, Department of Communication at Michigan State University; Jie Zhuang, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication at Texas Christian University; Libby Bogdan-Lovis, MA, Assistant Director, Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences, Michigan State University. Center for Ethics Humanities and LIfe Sciences

Find a Funding Opportunity.

Is MSU an eligible institution?

If yes, send link to the funding opportunity to Proposals@hc.msu.edu
If not, move on to another opportunity.

Is the RFP institutionally limited?

Search https://vprgs.msu.edu/funding-opportunities/institutionally-limited
If yes, work with Research Office and follow these guidelines: https://vp.research.msu.edu/institutionally-limited-application-procedure

When is the proposal due?

Work with Research Office to establish a proposal timeline following the MSU Sponsored Programs Administration proposal submission deadline policy:
https://osp.msu.edu/PL/Portal/DocumentViewer.aspx?cga=aQBkAD0AMwAwADEA

Does the sponsor require cost share?

If so, how much? Where will this money come from?
This requires extra time and approvals, please start early.

Does the sponsor allow indirect cost recovery (IDC)?

If not, is the Department Chair in support of pursuing a grant that does not provide IDC?

Is this proposal a Grants.gov submission or other?

Send the following information to Research Office: Proposals@hc.msu.edu

  • PI name
  • Department
  • Names and Role of others involved (co-Investigators, Key Personnel, Staff, etc)
  • Budget needs
  • RFA#
  • Due date

A Health Colleges Research Services research administrator will be assigned to work with you. They will begin communication with you and set a proposal timeline to meet the Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) proposal submission deadline. They will work with OSP to finalize the proposal document in Kuali Coeus.
Once budget needs are sent, a draft budget will be started for your review based on the solicitation requirements and agency guidelines.

Guidelines for International Research Projects

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In April 2017, Michigan State University implemented an enterprise-level research administration system, Kuali Coeus or KC, to manage sponsored projects throughout their lifecycle. The system manages grant proposals submitted to or funded by external (non-MSU) sources, both at the pre-award and award stages. The system also manages the submission and review of financial conflict of interest disclosures. KC enables researchers to create funding proposals, route proposals for approval, and in some instances, electronically submit proposals to a funding agency. The system captures data in a central repository to facilitate future submissions and reporting.
Click is a research compliance management system. At MSU, it will manage IRB, IACUC, and EHS compliance activities. This Huron software product is currently in use at several peer institutions, including University of Michigan, Northwestern University, Rutgers University, Pennsylvania State University, and the University of Wisconsin. See Click Compliance System
At this time the College of Human Medicine Research Office is only able to assist in finding research opportunities for current CHM medical students. Many MSU undergraduate research opportunities may be found at: https://www.venture.msu.edu/.