Archive for 2014

Reminder: register for the 2014 TTBD Awards, Oct. 6

The office of Technology Transfer & Business Development invites the OHSU community to attend the 2014 TTBD Awards Ceremony. Awards will be presented to OHSU community members for their collaborations and efforts in licensing, sponsored research, patenting, and entrepreneurship. In addition, top honors will be awarded in the categories of New Inventor of the Year, Business Development Partnership, Technology Transfer Achievement, and TTBD Appreciation. Monday, October 6, 2014 Collaborative Life Sciences Building, PSU Lecture Hall, First Floor 5:00-8:00 … Read More

Collaboration in Collaborative Life Sciences Building yields hypertension breakthrough

David Ellison, M.D., professor of medicine at Oregon Health & Science University and staff physician at the Portland VA Medical Center, leads a group that has been studying causes of human hypertension. In a paper published September 24th in the Journal of Clinical Investigation, “Hyperkalemic hypertension-associated cullin 3 promotes WNK signaling by degrading KLHL3”, the group identified a novel and unexpected mechanism for this hypertensive disease.  This research was done in collaboration with groups in … Read More

OHSU Study shows 63% drop in uninsured Oregonians

A study released September 18 shows that the number of uninsured Oregonians fell by 63 percent from June 30, 2013 to June 30, 2014. Researchers at OHSU and the Oregon Health Authority  assessed whether policy changes associated with the Affordable Care Act changed the number of uninsured Oregonians. Support for the study was provided by the Oregon Health Authority and by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s State Health Reform Assistance Network.

James D. Ross, Ph.D., DAF: Aortic Occlusion Systems: Potentially Powerful Tools, Significant Risk? – 9/25

James D. Ross, Ph.D., DAF, Air Force Medical Service and Director of the Air Force Trauma and Resuscitation Research Program, Joint Base San Antonio – Lackland, will present his talk, “Aortic Occlusion Systems: Potentially Powerful Tools, Significant Risk?” on Thursday, Sept 25th, 4 p.m., Mackenzie Hall 3198. Dr. Ross is a translational science expert in trauma and hemorrhage. He joined the Naval Medical Research Unit, San Antonio in 2010 as a Senior Research Physiologist for … Read More

HHMI International Student Research Fellowships; internal LOI due Oct. 17

The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) seeks applications from outstanding international pre-doctoral students studying in the U.S. who are ineligible for fellowships or training grants through U.S. federal agencies. The HHMI International Student Research Fellowship program funds three-year fellowships for international graduate students worth over $30,000 per year. The fellowships are intended to support years three, four, and five of a Ph.D. program. HHMI seeks fellows in the following biomedical-related fields: biology, chemistry, physics, math, … Read More

Research Administration classes this fall: RDA 101

Research Administration Training & Education (RATE) is offering a number of great classes in the next few months for Research Administrators and others who support Research at OHSU. See the schedule of classes here. There are still spots available in this week’s class: Wednesday, September 24  RDA 101: Introduction to Research Administration 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Bancroft Building Community Room Whether you’re new to OHSU Research or have been around but would like to put … Read More

IRB Notes eIRB Helpdesk: Top Tips for IRB Submissions

1. I need to add or remove a staff member on my eIRB study. What’s the best way to do this? You should submit staff changes independent of other changes to your study. Normally, staff-only modifications can be turned around within 24 hours, allowing your change to take effect quickly. If you pair this change with other items, the staff has to wait for the approval of the entire modification. 2. I am trying to … Read More

IRB Brown Bag: STudents As ResearcherS: STARS in the IRB Sky

STudents As ResearcherS: STARS in the IRB Sky Student Research Lynn Marshall – IRB Vice Chair Thursday September 25th, 2014 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM UHS 8B60   IRB Vice Chair Lynn Marshall will lead a space walk through of the basics of submitting your research to the Institutional Review Board (IRB) for review. She will cover our online submission system, the documents you need to prepare, what elements should be in the documents, and … Read More

Deadline extended: Graduate Research Fellowship applications for Neurobiology of Disease due Sept. 26

The OHSU Brain Institute announces the 2014 Neurobiology of Disease Fellowship Award Program (this award includes base stipend plus $2,000) that can support graduate students (Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D.) pursuing research relevant to the neurobiology of disease. Applications will be judged on the basis of scientific merit, novelty, relevance of the research to the neurobiology of disease, the commitment of the student to ongoing research on the neurobiology of disease, and the mentor’s qualifications. The deadline to … Read More

Gates Foundation Grand Challenges Explorations proposals due Nov. 12

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has announced its research topics for the 14th round of its Grand Challenges Explorations grant program. This program is intended to foster unconventional ideas that could transform health and agricultural development in the world’s poorest countries. Grants of up to $100,000 are available to applicants at any experience level; in any discipline; and from any organization, including colleges and universities, government laboratories, research institutions, non-profit organizations and for-profit companies. Projects … Read More

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