InfoEd & ePPQ Training, Dec. 12

Don’t forget: The Electronic Proposed Project Questionnaire (ePPQ) will become mandatory for applications submitted through Research Grants & Contracts starting January 1, 2013. Sign up for training today.

Gain valuable hands-on experience by attending any of these upcoming classes. Knowledgeable Research Grants & Contracts staff walk attendees through the submission of grant applications and ePPQs using the InfoEd module.

  • InfoEd – OHSU uses InfoEd for most NIH, CDC or AHRQ proposals that require electronic submission. Eventually, all proposals which can be submitted to will be submitted using InfoEd. Learn how to create and route an NIH R01 proposal in this 3.5-hour hands-on class. Dec. 12, 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
  • ePPQ – This extension of the InfoEd module is currently optional, but will be mandatory starting January 1, 2013 for all proposals going through Research Grants & Contracts. Learn how to prepare a non-NIH proposal in InfoEd and complete the ePPQ in this 2-hour hands-on class. Dec. 12, 1:30 – 3:30 p.m.

There are still some seats left for this Wednesday’s classes if you act quickly. To enroll for any of these dates, visit TrainingForce and log in with your network credentials. Contact Margaret Gardner with any questions.

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Margaret manages OHSU's RATE Program which coordinates the RAIN monthly forum, offers training and education on research administration topics, maintains a research learning portal on the RATE O2 site, and administers the RATE Community site on Bridge.

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