The MR3 Network offers consultation services for researchers needing planning, expertise in experimental design, analysis of results, grant writing, and more to complete their studies with the highest quality data.



MR3 Network Consultation Services
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AR3T AR3T consultation services are offered to regenerative medicine and rehabilitative research investigators at all career stages. Faculty members of AR3T’s participating laboratories can provide help with study design, protocols, methodologies, and assistance with data analysis and interpretation. Junior investigators can also request help with grant writing, developing research plans, mapping out submission strategies, identifying collaborators, and providing guidance on future career direction. Learn more. Request AR3T Center consultation services.
RESTORE The Center for Reliable Sensor Technology-Based Outcomes for Rehabilitation (RESTORE) will establish vital research infrastructure that enables rehabilitation scientists to use mobile sensors to monitor a diverse set of real-world outcomes by integrating expertise from statistics, computer science, bioengineering, mobile health, and clinical rehabilitation. Learn more. Join RESTORE newsletter
C-STAR The Center for Smart Use of Technologies to Assess Real World Outcomes (C-STAR) offers the expertise, instruction, and mentorship to educate researchers on the meaningful use of a vast array of technologies in the lab, clinic and community. Learn more.
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LeaRRn LeaRRn provides support for implementation science and learning health systems research in order to improve rehabilitation quality, value, and outcome. Learn more.
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NC NM4R All NC NM4R facilities and resources are available for expert consultative services, when advanced hands-on training is not necessary. Services include consultation on experimental design, analysis of results, grant writing, and more. Learn more.
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C-PROGRESS The National Pediatric Rehabilitation Resource Center (C-PROGRESS) offers mentored collaborative opportunities and techniques development to increase the competencies of investigators and the quality of their competitive applications in pediatric rehabilitation research.  Learn more.
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