Research News is a public interactive blog published through OHSU’s Office of the Vice President with news and information for OHSU researchers, staff, and the public.
For OHSU researchers: This blog is your gateway to all things research at OHSU—need up-to-date information about new NIH-wide policies, upcoming grants, special events, upcoming workshops, and more? This is your place. We post important notifications here, so make sure to read often and check back frequently. You can customize the way your receive information from us: subscribe to funding alerts, event notifications, and so on (see ‘Customizing Research News’ below). Note that this medium is used in lieu of sending many mass emails each week; we send out blog reminders every other week highlighting important information. This format allows us to post information as it comes in without increasing email traffic.
For public users: Use this blog to read about the latest in research development at OHSU. We feature upcoming research funding opportunities, special events, commentary on new NIH and other federal funding policies, and other important updates as it pertains to grant funding and research development.
If you want to submit news or featured events, write us at email@example.com.
- Rachel Dresbeck, PhD, Director, Research Development & Communication
- Katie Wilkes, Program Manager, Research Funding & Development Services
- Taylor St. Clair, Administrative Coordinator, Research Funding & Development Services
- Other contributors: Ames Elliot, Research Integrity; Cassandra Vigil, Intern, Research Funding & Development Services
Customizing Research News
The Research News web site generates feeds that can be directed to your email inbox or to your web browser. Here are the instructions from Staff News about how to subscribe to feeds:
In your web browser:
The steps are easy, but vary slightly depending which browser you use (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, etc.) Typically you’ll see an icon like this up above in the browser’s address bar. Click it and you’ll see instructions for how to subscribe or add a bookmark.
Note: Internet Explorer 6 has no feed-handling features, but 7 does. If you have 6 (click Help > About Internet Explorer to find out), your best bet may be to use email.
In Outlook email:
- Copy a feed address (see below, though some who use Internet Explorer 6 cannot copy from here. If that’s the case, email us and we’ll send them to you).
- Right-click your RSS Feeds folder, and click Add a New RSS Feed.
- Paste ([Ctrl][V]) or type a feed address into the field that appears.
For Research News, the main feed is:
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