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Reproductive & Developmental Sciences Symposium: From Bench to Bedside

The 2017 Annual Oregon National Primate Research Center Scientific Symposium is being hosted by the Division of Reproductive & Developmental Sciences. The symposium’s three hot topics are germ cell and embryonic development, fertility and in utero development, and fetal outcome and postnatal development. 2017 Annual ONPRC Scientific Symposium Reproductive & Developmental Sciences: From Bench to Bedside Friday, September 22, 2017 8:15 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Oregon National Primate Research Center OHSU West Campus Submit poster presentation abstracts … Read More

OHSU Commercialization Conference, Sept. 14

The signature conference of OHSU Technology Transfer and Business Development connects OHSU innovators, industry partners, investors, and community collaborators. The day includes startup pitches, insights from industry thought leaders, and successful collaboration stories. In the first panel of the 2017 Commercialization Conference, Brian Druker, M.D., and four industry leaders will discuss breakthroughs that are transforming healthcare. Harry Glorkian from GE Ventures will moderate the panel that includes Druker, Brian Lawrence from global technology company Welch … Read More

North campus steam shutdown, Saturday, Aug. 5

A 17-hour steam plant shutdown will affect building heat, all hot water systems, and process steam to autoclaves in six north campus buildings. The shutdown is required for repairs to the steam plant and steam turbine connections.  Steam supply to autoclaves will not be available during shutdown. Buildings affected: Vollum Institute, Medical Research Building, Biomedical Research Building, Richard Jones Hall, Baird Hall, and MacKenzie Hall. Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017  5 a.m. – 10 p.m. This shutdown … Read More

NeuroFutures 2017: Brain connectivity in health and disease, July 9–11

Join some of the brightest minds in research, engineering, industry and clinical domains at NeuroFutures 2017. This year’s conference will focus on neuronal circuits, with topics including novel imaging approaches, brain clearing and expansion techniques, human and non-human primate circuit function, genetically engineered probes for circuit function, circuits in degeneration, and circuits in psychiatric disorders. NeuroFutures 2017 July 9-11, 2017   University of British Columbia Vancouver, Canada Gary Marcus, Ph.D., director, NYU Center for Language … Read More

Upcoming class: Introduction to Research Administration, July 13

Research Administration Training & Education (RATE) connects the research community with workplace learning and offers classes for research administrators and others who support research at OHSU. RDA 101 provides a big-picture overview of research administration. Meet Research Development and Administration unit leaders, tour valuable web resources, and meet face-to-face with your contacts in OPAM, IRB, TTBD, and others. RDA 101: Introduction to Research Administration Thursday, July 13 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Center for Health & Healing, CHH 3070, room 4 The … Read More

Demonstration from ProteinSimple, June 13

Chris Brannen from ProteinSimple will be describing two protein platform technologies that could be of interest to OHSU investigators. Demonstration from ProteinSimple Tuesday, June 13 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Biomedical Research Building, 381 The first platform is Milo, a single-cell protein immunoblotting system. This instrument allows measurement of protein expression in ~1000 individual cells per run, allowing researchers identify which cells in the cell express each protein and how protein expression varies across the population. While single … Read More

School of Dentistry Dean’s Seminar Series, May 15

The OHSU School of Dentistry welcomes William Giannobile, D.D.S., D.Med.Sc., Najjar endowed professor of Dentistry & chair of the Department of Periodontics and Oral Medicine at the University of Michigan to present as part of its Dean’s Seminar Series. His talk is titled “Is regeneration of the periodontium a clinical reality?” and will take place: Monday, May 15, 2017 Noon – Box lunches will be served 12:15 p.m. – Oregon Dental Conference and SoD Dean’s Fellowship Awards 12:30 – Seminar … Read More

Research Week 2017 highlights

Research Week 2017 consisted of three days full of events and activities celebrating the research that takes place at OHSU. More than 370 participants took part this year, including two keynote speakers, 139 poster presenters, 86 oral presenters, 11 Three Minute Thesis competitors, 61 volunteers, 69 judges, and 33 panelists at various events throughout the week. The 3MTs brought the week to a celebratory close with awards announced at the end of the event. This year’s award recipients included: … Read More

Last day to join in on Research Week 2017!

Research Week ends later this evening so if you haven’t had a chance to check out an oral presentation or attend a talk or workshop, come to one of today’s engaging and informative events: Professional photo opportunity: The second headshot photo session will take place later this morning. If you weren’t able to sign up because all slots were all full, we encourage you to come on by around 12:30 p.m. as we may be … Read More

Research Week 2017: Join us for Students’ Day, May 2

Today, Tuesday, May 2, we celebrate OHSU’s diverse and accomplished student body by featuring programming relevant to those who are just starting out in their careers. Each year, the Graduate Student Organization selects a keynote speaker to participate in Research Week. This year, they invited Nicholas J. Strausfeld, Ph.D. to present. His talk “Half a billion year old brains and those of today: What is different?” will focus on the evolution of arthropod brains, specifically the conservation … Read More

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