MSU Hits Record $759M in Research Expenditures
Michigan State University has reached a milestone for research and development expenditures, with $759 million for fiscal year 2022. The total is a $49 million increase over 2021 and demonstrates strong progress toward the strategic plan goal of $1 billion in research expenditures by 2030.Read the full story
Welcome to the Office of Research and Innovation
The Office of Research and Innovation supports MSU’s research and creative activity by administering research funding, ensuring research integrity for both faculty and students, providing grant support services, fostering collaboration, licensing university inventions, and overseeing regulatory compliance.
NIH Data Management and Sharing
NIH’s new policy went into effect on January 25, 2023. Visit this page to learn more about the requirements and to find resources for development and implementation of Data Management and Sharing Plans.
Global Impact Initiative
To support growth and accelerate the pace of discovery, Michigan State launched the Global Impact Initiative (GI2) in 2014 with the goal of recruiting 100 new faculty in some of the most exciting areas of research.
Getting Started in Research
The Research Facilitation team has developed a checklist tool to help new researchers walk through the steps of setting up their first research project.
Training Grant Application Resource
A new resource developed by faculty is now available to aid in the design and preparation of federal training grant applications.
MSU, Henry Ford Health System Partnership
Henry Ford Health System and Michigan State University are partnering to make Michigan a national leader in providing access to exceptional health care for all residents, scientific discovery and education for providers, patients and families.
National and international faculty awards are an important component of institutional reputation, and are counted as AAU institutional indicators of excellence.
FeaturedEngineered Nanoparticles for Effective Brain Cancer Detection and Treatment, Meghan Hill
Meghan Hill is currently a 4th year PhD student in the lab of Taeho Kim, based out of the Institute for Quantitative Health Science and Engineering. Her research is focused on developing new nanoparticle systems that can be used for early diagnosis and treatment of brain cancers. Meghan came to our attention after she recently placed 1st in the MSU 3-minute thesis competition and competed at the Midwest regional 3-minute competition in Chicago.