You’re invited to participate in a national survey on research cores. Much of the life-changing research conducted at OHSU is made possible by the university’s more than 20 research cores. Crucial research activities are supported by state-of-the-art equipment, advanced techniques, and specialized expertise in cores ranging from the Cytogenetics Core Laboratory and Biostatistics & Design Program to Proteomics and Massively Parallel Sequencing.
The shared research resources model facilitates research activities at institutions around the world. Providers and users of shared research resources in the United States have been invited by the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology participate in a survey of their experiences with shared resources. FASEB is a significant policy voice of biological and biomedical researchers and the survey will inform the organization’s policy discussions and future activities related to shared research resources.
FASEB encourages researchers to share the survey link with their colleagues and collaborators.
The survey is open to providers and users of shared research resources in the United States and takes 10 to 15 minutes. Topics in the survey range from resource utilization and unmet needs to careers in resource provision and development as well as training on best practices.
Responses should be submitted by March 2.