Resources for Researchers
About Animal Care A-Z
Home to all animal care and use program guidance documents, including policies, guidelines, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), forms, and informational resources.
Advanced Research Computing (ARC)
This ITS division provides access to and support for advanced computing resources. The U-M Research Computing Package offers no-cost allocations of high-performance computing and storage. Facilitates new and more powerful approaches to research challenges in fields ranging from physics to linguistics, and from engineering to medicine.
Agreement Acceptance Request (AAR)
Provides researchers with the basic steps for completing an AAR and lists some of common changes that trigger an AAR.
Altmetric is a web-based tool created that searches the Internet for mentions of research outputs, such as journal articles or book chapters, to show how readers are engaging with scholarly publications online.
Animal Care & Use
Supports the U-M research community in its pursuit of impactful science to benefit both human and animal health by fostering a culture of excellence and compassion, responsible research conduct, and a shared commitment to upholding the highest animal welfare standards in all aspects of research, testing, and teaching.
Animal Care & Use Training
This brief online course provides an overview of animal research oversight, standards, regulations, institutional policies, and expectations for our animal research community.
Animal Ordering & Acquisition
Information on the services available to the U-M animal care and use community that ensure animals are ordered through the appropriate channels, ensuring research gets off to the right start. Please note that all animal orders must be placed through U-M’s eResearch Animal Management (eRAM) system.
The newly launched Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health (ARPA-H) supports transformative research to drive biomedical and health breakthroughs – ranging from molecular to societal – to provide transformative health solutions for all.
Award Change Request Form (ACR)
You may need this form to request some of the award changes that may be necessary while working on a sponsored research project.
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