The University of Michigan Center for Interprofessional Education shares information about funding opportunities of interest. These opportunities may be centered on campus, national, or even international. Check back often, as the list will be updated regularly.

University of Michigan

IPE Travel Grant: Travel grant funds for faculty who hold at least a 50% appointment in one of the health science schools at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor campus; additionally, ALL Interprofessional Leadership Fellows are eligible to apply. Grants of up to $1,500 (larger requests may be considered in special circumstances). Funds may be used for travel and conference expenses in accordance with U-M guidelines. Ongoing.

U-M Precision Health Investigators Awards
The initiative seeks projects that use or enrich Precision Health data and tools, methods and techniques. Grants offered for up to $300,000 each over two years to support research projects that advance the field of precision health. “Multidisciplinary collaboration by engaging investigators from two or more schools” is listed among characteristics especially encouraged. Info. Submissions due April 30.

AMA Accelerating Change in Medical Education Innovation Grants
Funding offered to teams that include an AMA member, for projects to stimulate research and innovations in health care education. Proposals due May 14 for either:
-Grants up to $10,000 to small faculty groups for proposing innovative revisions to convert and supplement existing health systems science curricula, including assessment methods and faculty development initiatives in order to permit use of those materials at other institutions.
-Grant awards up to $30,000 to faculty groups that want to work together on larger, more extensive collaborative projects.

Michigan Medicine Clinical Simulation Center Research Grants
For research projects that apply best practices in simulation-based medical and health professions education. A maximum of $15,000 per project will be available from the Department of Learning Health Sciences to support up to three projects. Multidisciplinary/collaborative proposals encouraged, with priority given to projects that evaluate impact on patient outcomes. Proposal submissions due July 31.

On the Radar for Next Year:

DEI Innovation Grants: Focused on enhancing diversity, equity, and inclusion on campus. Funding is designed to reward ideas and innovations that people (all faculty, staff, and students) across U-M wish to grow. Anticipated average grant size will be between $2,000 – $5,000.

Ginsberg Center Community Engagement Grants for Interprofessional Education:
This funding program is offered in partnership with the Michigan Center for Interprofessional Education to support interprofessional, community-engaged initiatives. Grants support interprofessional teams, representing at least two different schools, that include at least one past or current Interprofessional Leadership Fellow.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

U-M Foundation Relations info for applying for RWJF funding.