What does the MMRL provide?

Lab Activity

What does the MMRL provide?

MMRL services are divided between project development and project support.  Tasks in either domain are staffed by MMRL faculty or staff depending on the specific programmatic needs of the application. 

Project development services include:

    • Proposal development
      • Research Design
      • Sampling
      • Data Collection Strategies
      • Data Management  Strategies
      • Analytic Strategies
      • Human Subjects’ issues
      • Budget development
      • Grant editing
    • Manuscript development
      • Reviewing and editing

Project support services include:

    • Staff Training
      • Interviewing
      • Software
        • NVIVO
        • Anthropac
        • MS Access
        • MS Excel
      • Research Methods
        • Data collection
        • Data entry
        • Data processing and formatting
        • Database creation and linkage
        • Coding
        • Analysis
        • Iterative quantitative-qualitative synthesis
        • Instrument development
    • Staff Supervision
      • Direct oversight of non-MMRL staff project-related activities requiring supervision and feedback
    • Technical Support
      • Data collection
      • Transcription oversight
      • Data entry
      • Data processing and formatting
      • Database creation and linking
      • Coding
      • Analysis
      • Iterative quantitative-qualitative synthesis

Who can use the MMRL?

Faculty, staff, trainees, students, and community members who are affiliated with the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Pennsylvania Health System, or a University of Pennsylvania research project are eligible to use MMRL services.   Outside groups may also use MMRL services and should contact Shimrit Keddem, the lab manager, to discuss their specific needs.