Michigan Medicine Innovation Funding
The Continuing Medical Education Innovation Grant funds invites project proposals for grants to support innovation in Continuing Medical Education (CME). Successful project proposals will received up to $25,000. Proposals can promote innovation in all aspects of Physician learning or training – content, process, outcomes, or assessment.
The Clinical Simulation Center (CSC) Research Fund funds proposals that apply best practices in simulation-based education for UME, GME, and other healthcare professionals. Awards are a maximum of $15,000 per project.
The Graduate Medical Education Innovation Fund provides $50,000 – $100,000 to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of GME through disruptive innovations for the benefit of healthcare, and that demonstrates the true value proposition of GME.
University of Michigan Innovation Funding
The Office of Academic Innovation provides seed funding that enable research on special topics in higher education and academic innovation to get the support they need to get off the ground. The maximum is typically $5,000.
Medical Education Innovation Funding
The American Medical Association (AMA) Accelerating Change in Medical Education Innovation Grant Program offers funding to conduct research, implement innovations or disseminate effective approaches in medical education aimed at preparing future physician’s to succeed in our rapidly evolving health care system. Awards of $10,000 and $30,000 are available to individual AMA faculty members or small groups of faculty.