Research News is a public interactive blog published through OHSU’s Office of the Senior Vice President with news and information for OHSU researchers, staff, and the public. To submit news or featured events, write us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Rachel Dresbeck, Ph.D., Director, Research Development & Communication
- Julie Rogers, Research Development Associate, Research Funding & Development Services
- Bekki Witt, Senior Communication Specialist, Research & Academics Communication
- Katie O’Reilly, Operations Coordinator, Research Development & Administration
- Maria Violeta Blando, Administrative Assistant, Research Funding & Development Services
- Other contributors: Kimberly Lee, Research Integrity; Dorota Potrzeba, Research Integrity; Margaret Gardner, Research Administration Training and Education; Karen Boren, Technology Transfer and Business Development; Erica Zeigler, Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute
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