RISE mini-grants are awards aimed at promoting translational education within Michigan Medicine. RISE Mini-Grant Recipients receive up to $2,500 to develop and implement a health science education innovation idea and participate in monthly sessions to learn innovation strategies, translational education and pedagogical principles. RISE specifically seeks HSEI ideas that will impact science, health, and/or healthcare. All Michigan Medicine faculty, staff, and learners are eligible to apply.
Emily Johnson, MSc
Medical Student and Public Health Student
Ms. Emily Johnson is a University of Michigan Medical and MICHR Graduate Student. As a RISE Mini-Grant Recipient, Ms. Johnson will address a key health issue in society by developing a curriculum for future health care providers at the intersection of health, clinical practice, sustainability and climate change.
To learn more about Emily’s work, please check our her blog post on University of Michigan Medical School Dose of Reality.
Jenni Lane, MA
Program Manager, Adolescent Health Initiative
Ms. Jenni Lane is a Senior Program Manager for the Adolescent Health Initiative at Michigan Medicine. As a RISE Mini-Grant Recipient, Ms. Lane will develop an educational model that translates research intro practice to improve provider practices for delivering confidential risk screening to adolescent patients.
Click here to learn more about her project.