At the University of Missouri School of Medicine, our researchers have access to a suite of resources and tools to aid their research efforts.
Aligned with the Office of Research at the University of Missouri, experts in biostatistics and research design provide a broad spectrum of statistical support to MU Health researchers.
Grants & Contracts
The Grants and Contracts Office is a support unit whose goal is to provide coordinated, responsive assistance to support the work of researchers; their mandate is to provide a high-degree of customer service and to help streamline the process of applying for grants and contracts.
- MU Proposals
- WUSTL Grants Library
- Proposals Made Available by NIH
- Non-Basic-Science R21 Proposals
Researchers at the University of Missouri School of Medicine have access to grant writing resources throughout their proposal-writing process.
Researchers have exceptional, experienced resources at the University of Missouri School of Medicine to successfully navigate the regulatory landscape and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to gain approvals for new drugs and medical devices, including Investigational New Drug (IND) and Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) clinical trials.
The Institute for Clinical and Translational Science’s Show-Me Portal provides scientists with a comprehensive toolbox of information technology resources. The portal supports the collection, analysis and sharing of information by serving as a hub for a variety of applications, from data management tools to social networking sites for scientists.
Research Collaborators Tool
SOM faculty now have access to a web page created to help find research collaborators. The page uses Academic Analytics to search for researchers with common interests in the MU School of Medicine and throughout the UM System. Users can use the link to enter their own search terms to find collaborators or choose from auto-generated suggestions. Researchers also can update or edit their own research interest profile in Academic Analytics.
Mizzou OneHealth Biorepository
The Mizzou OneHealth Biorepository (OHB) provides centralized services for procuring, obtaining, processing, and storing human biospecimens for approved translational research projects. The OHB supports all members of the MU biomedical research community, serves as the tissue bank of the Ellis Fischel Cancer Center, and collaborates with the Siteman Cancer Center's Biorepository at Washington University in St. Louis.