What we do
The MPC Development Core increases the research productivity of MPC members and fosters new interdisciplinary collaborations in our five Primary Research Areas. To achieve these goals, the Development Core provides extensive member services in three categories:
- Comprehensive grant proposal and research development services at every stage of research development, from formulating hypotheses to agency submission, and support for four kinds of seed grants: Proposal Development Mentorship Grants, Proposal Development Pilot Grants, the Research Scientist Development Program, and MPC Research Collaboration Awards.
- Professional development activities to improve the skills and productivity of our members in writing proposals and research publications, producing effective presentations, and creating visualizations of quantitative information.
- Breaking down barriers and cultivating the exchange of ideas among researchers across the University through our regularly scheduled workshops and seminars as well as through the support and promotion of our five Primary Research Area collaboration groups.
Who we are
The Information Technology Advisory Committee includes Principal Investigators and project managers who make heavy use of IT Core Services. The committee meets bi-weekly or as necessary to assess progress and reallocate efforts to meet project needs.
Participants in the Information Technology Core Advisory Committee include:
- Gina Rumore, Development Core Director
- Rachel Magennis, Research Project Specialist
- Jude Mikal, Research Development Consultant
Please contact Gina Rumore for assistance or more for information regarding Development Core services.