Are you a University of Michigan faculty member or scientist interested in the benefits of collaboration, co-location, interdisciplinary and translational research, or public/private partnerships?
In the midst of 28 buildings and thousands of square feet of state-of-the-art laboratory space, the North Campus Research Complex is one-of-a-kind, with U-M resources and crucial scientific core facilities right at your fingertips. Combine this with the NCRC's environment, specifically designed to foster collaboration and innovation, and the possibilities are endless.
Research at the NCRC is translational in nature, in that its goal is to move scientific discoveries from the lab to the marketplace and clinic. To learn more about the various research efforts underway at the NCRC, click on any of the left-hand menu items.