Research Week 2015 conference program now live!

The schedule of events for this year’s conference is now available on the Research Week website. The online schedule allows you view the entire line up of events as well as to access abstracts of presenters.

This year’s conference features some new events in addition to those held annually such as keynotes, oral and poster presentations, the 3MT competition, and career networking night. New on the roster:

  • CorExtravaganza: Find out from various (Core) directors about the shared resources available to OHSU investigators and hear about how those resources are currently being used.
  • New Faculty Lightning Rounds: Hear about the research of faculty members who have joined OHSU since January 2013.
  • Mock NIH Study Section:¬†Get a peek behind the curtain of an NIH study section review! Charles Rafferty Ph.D., a recent review branch chief at the National Institutes of Health, and OHSU’s David Jacoby, M.D., will lead a simulated study section meeting in which a panel of seasoned reviewers discuss NIH K23 and R01 grant applications.
  • Historical Collections and Archives Open House: Learn more about the history of Research Week, student activities, and research work at OHSU.

Please note that some individual presentations may change sessions due to last minute conflicts, so please check the schedule closer to the event for the final line-up!

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