Making Voice-Activated Artificial Intelligence More Accessible
HeardAI, a multidisciplinary project from Michigan State University, Western Michigan University, and the nonprofit Friends: The National Association of Young People Who Stutter, has advanced to Phase 2 of the National Science Foundation’s Convergence Accelerator program to address accessibility issues related to voice-activated AI.Read the full story
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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.
The Plant Science Excellence Committee has developed a new long-term plan, including a faculty hiring initiative.
The Michigan State University Innovation Center has released its Annual Report which contains highlights and milestones from the 2023 fiscal year.
Our Research Development and Proposals Services team has developed a checklist tool to help new researchers walk through the steps of setting up their first research project.
The MSU Water Alliance brings together experts across the University to push the boundaries of discovery and find solutions to water-related challenges through research, education, and engagement with communities and industries.
Learn about MSU's new Research Security Program, ensuring compliance with federal regulations. A dedicated committee is shaping recommendations for seamless implementation, reinforcing the university's commitment to research excellence.
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.
FeaturedNational Center for Health and Justice Integration for Suicide Prevention, Jennifer Johnson Ph.D.
Dr. Jennifer Johnson is a C. S. Mott Endowed Professor of Public Health and Professor of OBGYN in the College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University. As a licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Johnson is also a leading national researcher in mental health and maternal health treatments and implementation science.
Her leadership at MSU includes serving on the MSU Strategic Planning Committee and participation in the academic fellow program, while also leading in her field through roles on national scientific boards, numerous NIH review committees, and prestigious editorial boards.