Established in 2003, the Hurley Research Center has a rich history of multidisciplinary research in academic, administrative and industry-sponsored clinical trials.
Today its streamlined services are centered around research design and methodology, editorial consulting, and education about research topics. Staff are located on the 10th floor of the West Tower at Hurley.
24th Annual MSU/FlintMed Community Research Forum May 9-13, 2022
Call for Abstracts
The 24th Annual MSU College of Human Medicine Flint Campus Research Forum invites all faculty members, resident physicians, attending physicians, medical students, nurses, and other health professionals to participate in the forum.
- The Research Forum is virtual, taking place May 9-13, 2022.
- If you'd like to be considered for an oral presentation, abstracts are due March 21 at 11:59 p.m. ET.
- All other abstract submissions are due March 28 at 11:59 p.m. ET.
- A letter of IRB approval or waiver for studies must be uploaded during submission. Each institution may have its own requirements for an abstract before it is approved.
- Submit Abstract here.
- If you have any questions, you can contact Jenny LaChance, Research Manager, Hurley Medical Center, at JLaChan1@hurleymc.com
About the Forum
The MSU College of Human Medicine Flint Campus Research Forum is an annual event for Flint area practitioners and researchers in its 24th year.
- May 9-13, 2022.
- It's a virtual event.
- Collaboration between Hurley Medical Center, the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine Flint campus, McLaren Flint Hospital, and Ascension Genesys Hospital.
Details about how to attend the Research Forum will be provided soon.
Reach out to us
Whether you're looking for help with study design, data analysis, or editorial review, Hurley research staff can help. Research staff also provide education about all phases of research. Email and Google Calendar work best for appointments, but you're also welcome to call.
The Hurley IRB uses irbnet.org to manage applications and reports. Everything starts with a scientific review by Hurley Research (see contact info). After that, establish your own account in IRBNet, upload your CV, and complete the required training - then upload your project documents.
Hurley's medical library is a good place to learn how to conduct a literature review, find full-text articles, access MSU resources (for those who have an MSU faculty appointment), or just work in a peaceful area. Residents & fellows are eligible for 24/7 access.
Resident & Faculty Training
Our main objective in research is:
- To offer physicians and other key health care team members the opportunity to grow in their pursuit of scholarly activities