A. Alfred Taubman Medical Research Institute
The A. Alfred Taubman Medical Research Institute was created to support fundamental research that advances the understanding of the causes, treatment and prevention of a broad range of human diseases. The Institute was made possible by a $22 million gift from retail pioneer A. Alfred Taubman. The gift supports U-M research in multiple ways, including establishing an endowment whose earnings will fund the research of individual Taubman Scholars for generations to come.
Institute of Gerontology
In 1965, the State of Michigan took a landmark step in advancing gerontology as a field of inquiry in the United States by creating at the University of Michigan the nation's first State funded center on aging. Visit site.
Kresge Hearing Research Institute
The Kresge Hearing Research Institute opened its doors in 1963 under the directorship of Dr. Merle Lawrence to investigate basic questions of hearing and of deafness. Our research programs include multi-disciplinary projects in behavior, morphology and physiology. Visit site.
Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research (MICHR)
The Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research (MICHR) is a trans-institutional academic research and service unit. This virtual institute provides infrastructure to connect scientists across the University in order to accelerate and strengthen all research at the University related to human health, focusing on translational and clinical research. Visit site.
Michigan Nanotechnology Institute for Medicine and Biological Sciences (M-NIMBS)
The Michigan Nanotechnology Institute for Medicine and Biological Sciences (M-NIMBS) is a multidisciplinary team of chemists, physicists, engineers, pharmacists, (bio)informatics specialists, and biologists collaborating on nanoscience in biology and medicine. Visit site.
Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience Institute
The MBNI, previously the Mental Health Research Institute (MHRI) is the most visible interdisciplinary neuroscience entity at the University of Michigan. The Institute is co-directed by Drs. Huda Akil and Stanley Watson, who each have their tenured appointments. Visit site.
Institute for Human Adjustment
Addiction Research Center
Founded in 1987, the Addiction Research Center is the research and research training arm of the Section. Ongoing research projects examine essential aspects of substance abuse ranging from genes to health care use. Currently, 17 external projects, (virtually all from NIH) are funded. Awards total $3.34 million dollars in annual direct costs, and $1.09 million in annual indirects. This accounts for 22% of the Department of Psychiatry's direct cost activity and 25% of its annual indirect cost activity. The Center is also the site of an ongoing NIH MERIT award to Dr. Zucker. Visit site.
Center for Behavioral and Decision Sciences in Medicine
The Center for Behavioral and Decision Sciences in Medicine (CBDSM) brings together clinicians and behavioral scientists to understand health behavior and health care decision making, with the goal of improving both policy and practice. Visit Site.
Center for Computational Medicine and Biology (CCMB)
The Center for Computational Medicine and Biology (CCMB) was created to facilitate interdisciplinary research in computational medicine and biology and to forge collaborative relationships with faculty across campus and the US. Visit site.
Center for Gene Therapy
The Center for Gene Therapy at the University of Michigan Medical Center was created to link basic science, clinical investigation and technology transfer. The Center fosters a multidisciplinary approach to new research as well as collaborative research endeavors in the area of gene therapy; extends the services of existing and newly created research cores to investigators; and serves as a resource for information and education. Visit site.
Center for Integrative Genomics
The Center for Integrative Genomics is a state-of-the-art facility for studying genetically engineered animals. The goal of the Center is to provide an intellectual framework to forge collaboration among investigators across disciplines. Visit site.
Center for Organogenesis
The Center for Organogenesis (CFO) is composed of an intercollegiate and interdisciplinary group of scientists at the University of Michigan whose work is directed at a common goal: to understand the basic mechanisms by which organs and tissues are formed. Visit site.
Center for the History of Medicine
The Center for the History of Medicine was founded in 1990 and is a unit of the University of Michigan Medical School. The Center’s mission is to conduct original research on the history of medicine; promote dialogue on issues related to health and society. Visit site.
Michigan Back and Pain Center
Founded in 1979, the University of Michigan's Back & Pain Center offers a comprehensive range of the most advanced treatments for acute, cancer and chronic pain problems in a supportive, compassionate environment. Our high rate of patient satisfaction and our longevity are the result of the consistent quality of medical care administered by our team of pain specialists. Visit site.
Center for Stem Cell Biology
Stem cell biology is an important area of research, and it is the basic science that holds great promise in the midst of the evolutionary change in health care that starts with life sciences research and progresses through to new treatments for diseases like cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. Visit site.
Clinical Simulation Center
The University of Michigan Health System (UMHS) is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art medical education using dynamic teaching tools. Through the use of the Clinical Simulation Center, faculty provide risk free, hands-on educational programs for Anesthesiologists, Emergency Medicine Physicians, Intensivists, Internal Medicine Physicians, Radiologists, Surgeons, Pediatricians, Obstetricians, Gynecologists and others. Courses for Nurses, Paramedics, Respiratory Therapists, and other clinical personnel are also provided. Visit site.
Comprehensive Cancer Center
The U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center provides its patients diagnostic, treatment and support services in a collaborative environment, focused on excellence in patient care. Drawing on the strengths of the University of Michigan faculty, the Cancer Center has assembled a team of specialists who are leaders in their fields to unravel the threat of cancer and to provide care and comfort to those it afflicts. Visit site.
The University of Michigan Depression Center is the first ever multi-disciplinary center dedicated to research, education, and treatment of depressive and bipolar illnesses. We bring together the world-class resources from the U-M Health System and almost all the U-M Schools and Colleges. The result: a unified approach to diagnosing, understanding, treating—and eventually preventing—depression. Visit site.
Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment Center
The Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment Center (FDTC) offers families comprehensive fetal diagnosis and treatment. Using a family centered approach, a multi-disciplinary group of physicians and nurses provide expertise and continuity of care for a pregnant mother carrying a fetus with a birth defect. Visit site.
The University of Michigan Geriatrics Center seeks to increase the span of healthy, active life for older adults through interdisciplinary clinical care, education, research and community service.Created by the Regents of the University of Michigan in 1987. Visit site.
Injury Research Center
The University of Michigan Injury Research Center (UMIRC) was established in July, 1997. Since then, the center has seen an expansion of its research activities. The center is based in the Department of Emergency Medicine.Visit site.
Michigan Alzheimer's Disease Research Center
The Michigan Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (MADRC) was established at the University of Michigan in 1989. The Michigan Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (MADRC) is one of 32 Alzheimer's research centers in the U.S. funded by the National Institute. Visit site.
Michigan Comprehensive Diabetes Center
The Michigan Comprehensive Diabetes Center was established in 2005 to unite five research and clinical units that exemplify the University of Michiganís strength in diabetic research, training and patient care. Visit site.
Michigan Diabetes Research and Training Center (MDRTC)
The Michigan Diabetes Research and Training Center (MDRTC) is a multidisciplinary unit of The University of Michigan Health System. It has been funded by the National Institutes of Health since 1977 and is one of five centers in the United States. Visit site.
Michigan Gastrointestinal Peptide Research Center
The Peptide Center strives to provide a physical and intellectual environment conducive to catalyzing collaborative research efforts amongst clinical and basic investigators interested in the role of gut hormones in health and disease. Visit site.
Michigan Human Embryonic Stem Cell Center
The Michigan Center for hES Cell Research was established in 2002 within the Center for Organogenesis with generous funding from the Medical Schoolís Endowment for the Basic Sciences. Visit site.
Michigan Metabolomics and Obesity Center (MMOC)
The Michigan Metabolomics and Obesity Center (MMOC) was created to serve as the focal point for the study of Metabolism, Metabolomics and Obesity on the University campus. Visit site.
Michigan Transplant Center
Transplants have been occurring at the University of Michigan Transplant Center since the first transplant in Michigan was performed here in 1964. We perform approximately 425 transplants annually, making us the largest and most experienced transplant center in Michigan - and among the largest in the nation. Visit site.
Nathan Shock Center for the Basic Biology of Aging
The Nathan Shock Center (NSC) for the Basic Biology of Aging at the University of Michigan supports ongoing research projects and assists in the development of new research collaborations among faculty inside and outside the University of Michigan Geriatrics Center. Visit site.
Michigan Center for Translational Pathology
At the Michigan Center for Translational Pathology, we translate research into real-world practice to move science from the lab bench to the bedside. Here at MCTP, we apply genomics, proteomics and bioinformatics strategies to the study of cancer and other diseases. University of Michigan researchers have discovered the probable cause of prostate cancer -- and are on the threshold of other important discoveries that will change how we diagnose and treat breast, lung, colon and skin cancers. Visit site.
The Food Allergy Center
Welcome to the Allergy Specialty Clinic and the Food Allergy Clinic at Domino's Farms. Our goal is to provide you and your family with the highest quality medical care available. We believe in providing you with personalized healthcare by establishing and maintaining an ongoing relationship with you and your own physician while focusing on your individual needs. Visit site.
In September of 2000, plans for a University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center (CVC) were approved by the U-M Board of Regents. Then, as now, the concept of the U-M CVC was to bring together the many outstanding cardiovascular resources across the U-M Health System to better serve patients young and old, and to advance human knowledge through research and education. While we began as a "virtual" center, existing in locations throughout the Health System campus, the CVC took shape as an exciting, new state-of-the-art clinical building, opening in early summer 2007. Visit site.
Geriatric Research, Education and Clinical Center (GRECC) through Geriatrics and the VA
Research at the VA Geriatric Research, Education and Clinical Center continues to generate useful knowledge for preventing injury and illness in older Americans; the major findings this year were in the area of avoiding falls through balance training, and preventing bath-related injuries.
Mobility Research Center through Geriatrics
John A. Hartford Foundation Center of Excellence in Geriatrics
Center for Osteoporosis and Metabolic Bone Disease through MEND
Kidney Epidemiology and Cost Center (UM-KECC) through Nephrology
George O'Brien Renal Center through Nephrology
Center for Health Communications Research
Center for Practice Management and Outcomes Research (VA HSR&D)
Center for Sexual Health
This is a specialty center dedicated to advancing sexual health information and care through community education and training, research and the evaluation, counseling and treatment of sexual problems. The center is staffed by certified, professional sex therapists who specialize in treating sexual difficulties. Visit site.
Chronic Pain and Fatigue Research Center through Rheumatology
Michigan Congenital Heart Center
Michgian Sinus Center
Vocal Health Center
Sleep Disorders Center
University of Michigan Center for Sleep Science
The UM Center for Sleep Science is an interdepartmental center dedicated to filling in the gaps in the understanding of sleep disorders. With more than 30 faculty from 15 departments all with an interest in sleep research, CSS strives to work both in the laboratories and the clinics to help patients with sleep disorders realize better health, productivity, and quality of life. Visit site.
University Center for the Development of Language and Literacy (UCLL)
The University Center for the Development of Language and Literacy (UCLL) at the University of Michigan offers intensive language and literacy evaluations and intervention services for adults with brain injury and children with language and language-related disorders. Visit site.
Gastrointestinal Hormone Research Center
Historical Center for the Health Sciences
University of Michigan Endometriosis Center (UMEC)
Center for Reproductive Medicine
The Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Division offers an innovative and active program of advanced treatment to assist infertile patients who may require such approaches to achieve a healthy baby. State-of-the-art techniques such as gamete micromanipulation have been added to maintain a full array of services. Visit site.
Vision Core Center
Peripheral Neuropathy Center
Multiple Sclerosis Center
Sport Injury Prevention Center
University of Michigan STAR*D center
Medical Innovation Center
Our mission is to foster innovation and enable new medical technologies by integrating clinicians, dentists, scientists, engineers, and business professionals through education and research to ultimately improve health. We have, therefore, created the Medical Innovation Center, a unique partnership among the University of Michigan's prestigious schools and colleges, to be a nidus for health innovations through education and collaboration. Visit site.
Women's Health Resource Center
The Womenís Health Resource Center (WHRC), established in 1995 provides women and their families with access to credible health information in a comfortable and supportive environment. Staff and volunteers are available to help clients select health and wellness information and to connect women to other resources within the University of Michigan Health System and community agencies. Visit site.
Children's Hospital Pediatric Comprehensive Weight Management Center (M-POWER)
At the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital Pediatric Comprehensive Weight Management Center, we have a team of experienced providers (physicians, dietitian, psychologist, social worker, exercise physiologist and physician assistant) all dedicated to the evaluation and treatment of obese adolescents through our MPOWER (Michigan Pediatric Outpatient Weight Evaluation & Reduction) program. Visit site.
Michigan Center for Minimally Invasive Urology
In our Michigan Center for Minimally Invasive Urology, we use the newest laparoscopic procedures to address renal, ureteral and oncologic problems through small punctures rather than large open incisions. Our Center combines the newest endoscopic, extracorporeal, laparoscopic and microsurgical treatments. Visit site.
The mission of the Emergency Department is to provide the highest quality and timely care to patients presenting for emergency treatment; to offer outstanding educational opportunities for medical, nursing, and allied health personnel; and to further medical knowledge through the pursuit of research. Visit site.
The Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine consists of faculty members, at the Childrenís Emergency Services at University of Michigan Hospital and at the Pediatric Emergency Department at the Hurley Medical Center in Flint. Between these two campuses, the Division cares for more than 40,000 sick and injured children. Faculty members are board certified in pediatric emergency medicine and some are also boarded in general emergency medicine as well. Visit site.
Upjohn Center for Clinical Pharmacology
Center for Medication Use, Policy and Economics (Center of Excellence)
The University of Michigan Center for Medication Use, Policy and Economics is a research unit responsible for soliciting, securing and administering the execution of public and private research funding which strives to apply scholarly research to the science of responsible medication use. Visit site.
Center for Molecular Drug Targeting (Center of Excellence)
The Center for Molecular Drug Targeting (CMDT), located in the College of Pharmacy, focuses on promoting multidisciplinary research based on molecular and cellular approaches to drug design, drug targeting and drug delivery. Visit site.
Michigan Center for Drug Discovery (Center of Excellence)
The goal of center is to marshal the individual expertise of researchers in various disciplines at the University to confront the TB problem. While the group will be highly collaborative and interactive, it is conceptually divided into two arms. The first arm consists of four biochemists-enzymologists leading sub-projects involving specific macromolecular targets. The second arm of the center involves what we refer to as Core Services including synthetic chemistry, structural biology, computational modeling and screening (both target and biological).
Delores S. and William K. Brehm Center for Type I Diabetes Research and Analysis
The Brehm Center will unite top diabetes experts from around the world. Their research will be supported by state-of-the-art information technology which will allow them to explore and collaborate like never before. This project is expected to be completed by 2010. Visit site.
Cancer Center - Thoracic Surgery
Breast Care Center - part of Breast Oncology Program of the Cancer Center
We offer the most comprehensive, effective -- and least invasive -- treatment methods available. Our treatment options include lumpectomy, modified radical mastectomy, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormonal therapy, bone marrow transplant and breast reconstruction. Visit site.
Center for Arrhythmia Research
Led by Jose Jalifé, M.D., and Mario Delmar, M.D., Ph.D., the group from the State University of New York Upstate Medical University in Syracuse will boost our already strong basic research efforts on heart rhythm conditions, and work closely with U-M doctors to turn their research findings into better care for patients through the newly established U-M Center for Arrhythmia Research. Visit site.
Center for Vulvar Diseases
The University of Michigan Center for Vulvar diseases was founded in 1993 as a referral center for complex vulvar problems. The Center for Vulvar Diseases provides a comprehensive set of services to each individual. Members of our multidisciplinary staff attend each patient during a visit. The team approach has been created as the basic structure in recognition of the necessity to provide this intensity of care and expertise to patients who have already demonstrated that they are afflicted by a resistant and chronic illness, or an unusual vulvar condition. The Center for Vulvar Diseases provides a comprehensive set of services to each individual. Members of our multidisciplinary staff attend each patient during a visit. The team approach has been created as the basic structure in recognition of the necessity to provide this intensity of care and expertise to patients who have already demonstrated that they are afflicted by a resistant and chronic illness, or an unusual vulvar condition.Visit site.
Bone and Joint Prevention Rehabilitation Center
Foundation Fighting Blindness Center for the Study of Retinal Degenerative Diseases at the Kellogg Eye Center
Clinical Centers for Lung Volume
Specialized Center of Clinically Oriented Research in Translational Research in Acute Lung Injury
Small Bowel Center
Multidisciplinary Liver Tumor Center
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