Created in collaboration with team members from the Medical School Office of Faculty Development and the Department of Cell and Developmental Biology, the new tool is similar to the widely-used Research Project Route Map. The New Research Faculty Route Map provides “stations” that highlight the major tasks or resources new researchers will encounter. In addition to onboarding and orientation, stations take a closer look at:
- Laboratory Commissioning and Safety
- IT & Data
- Lab Staffing
“Those early days at a university the size of U-M can be overwhelming for a researcher,” notes Teri Grieb, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Research Strategy and Senior Director for Research. “The New Research Faculty Route Map helps new team members sort through what can often seem like information overload, zeroing in on those resources that can be the most helpful as they begin their research journey here at Michigan Medicine.”
Questions about the New Research Faculty Route Map? Contact email@example.com.