Research is Critical in Care
Restoring Life Through Integration
The Michigan Center for Integrative Research in Critical Care (M-CIRCC) is one of the world’s first comprehensive research enterprises devoted to improving the care of the victim of critical illness and injury. M-CIRCC is pursuing this unique mission by creating an innovative multidisciplinary research infrastructure designed to catalyze the translation of scientific discovery to the multiple interrelated disease platforms of critical illness and injury involving all age groups and patient populations. M-CIRCC will serve as the scientific home and platform for basic scientists, engineers, clinical investigators, inventors and entrepreneurs interested in the care of patients with life-threatening acute illness and injury. More »
Harm Derksen, PhD featured speaker at Frontiers in Science public lecture series.
Xudong (Sherman) Fan appointed to the Lab on a Chip Editorial Board.
The EC3 will provide a higher level of care for patients and make it easier for research teams to test new diagnostics, devices, monitoring equipment and treatment strategies.
MTRAC program device improves critical patient care with increased accuracy and decreased chance of complications.
MCIRCC’s Proposal Development Unit hosts collaboration workshop on integrated funding strategies.
Masseys' gift enables research initiative into traumatic brain injury.
Highlights how clinical decision-support tools and other data-driven strategies could improve the care of critically ill and injured patients.
Two MCIRCC teams among finalists to receive mid-stage, translational research funding.
U-M Emergency Medicine Assistant Professor addresses Ebola misinformation and preparedness in U.S. News & World Report.
Join us for this informal TBI info session along with some food, drinks and casual networking.