The BioSocial Methods Collaborative bridges biology and behavior by developing new methodologies for integrating and visualizing data. By bringing together researchers from across the scientific spectrum, our work facilitates the translation and exchange of insightful discoveries.
Our focus is methods development; types of research projects include:
- Tightly integrated co-created, trans-disciplinary research
- Methods consultations in spaces where the methods don’t exist
- Methods expert participation for grant applications/sponsored projects
- U-M HomeLab research studies
The University of Michigan HomeLab is a homelike research environment with comprehensive research support provided by the BioSocial Methods Collaborative.
BioSocial Methods is also home to the Biospecimen and Zajonc labs at ISR.
See project website
Richard D Gonzalez, Jacqui Smith