The Detroit URC facilitates collaborative research through two grant funding programs.
First, in collaboration with the Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research, the Detroit URC administers a Small Planning Grant Program to help foster new community-academic research partnerships and collaborative health research efforts in Detroit.
The second program, offered in partnership with University of Michigan (U-M) Poverty Solutions, helps to support community-academic teams to explore strategies to prevent and alleviate poverty in Michigan. In both cases, the Detroit URC provides grant recipients with valuable capacity building support and mentoring.
To learn more about these collaborative research grant opportunities, please click on the respective links below: