Research Resources

New University Shared Resources funding, applications due Nov. 30

The University Shared Resources (USR) program and the Senior Vice President for Research office are soliciting grant applications for the USR Core Pilot Grants program. Each grant will provide up to $10,000 to investigators for pre-award or pilot data generated in the cores. Eligible costs are for core services associated with the development and submission of new grants, including consultation time, reagents, supplies, and technical staff time for assisting investigators. However, in some cases they could … Read More

OHSU/PNNL team receives $1.8M to support NIH Undiagnosed Disease Network

Investigators from OHSU and the Dept. of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory were awarded a three-year $1.8 million grant from NIH to support a nationwide project targeting undiagnosed diseases. OHSU will leverage its newly established collaboration with PNNL, the Northwest Co-Laboratory for Integrated ‘Omics, to support the NIH Undiagnosed Diseases Network (UDN). This award will be used to establish a Metabolomics Core to detect and quantify metabolites which can provide clues to enhance other types of data … Read More

Interested in a training session in finding funding?

Representatives from Elsevier are offering two training sessions on how to find funding using SciVal Funding, a web resource that can support you in the pre-award stage of the funding process. Sessions are on Tuesday, Oct. 13 and Wednesday, Oct. 14 from 10:30 am to 11:30 am in Vollum M1441. Please RSVP to funding@ohsu.edu and mention your funding area of interest.

NIH-funded core facilities – future directions and OHSU’s model

As you know, Sally Rockey has stepped down from her position at NIH where she steered the Office of Extramural Research for five years. During Rockey’s tenure, she launched a blog, “Rock  Talk,” that lent transparency to NIH decision making and allowed the research community to voice their opinions. In her last few Rock Talk postings, Rockey shared some insights and updates on current NIH priorities and resources including a discussion on NIH-supported core facilities. … Read More

OCTRI Design Studio: Get feedback on your project from senior faculty

Are you submitting a career development K award? Or your first R01? A similar major grant? The Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute has an opportunity for basic and clinical scientists to present their research and get constructive feedback from OHSU scientists to improve their chances of success. The OCTRI Design Studio has helped many OHSU researchers improve their aims and identify important areas of improvement before submitting awards. The Design Studio has openings at … Read More

NRSA application workshop: Technical components, Oct. 5

If you’re planning to apply for a pre- or post-doctoral NRSA fellowship from the NIH in the near future, we encourage you to attend this workshop to learn about essential, non-research elements of your fellowship application. Topics covered include elements needed for an InfoEd proposal, how to develop a budget, how to manage reference letters, biosketches and PMCID numbers, and elements of a great training plan. This workshop is led by Johanna Colgrove, M.D., Ph.D., program coordinator; … Read More

Fall Vollum writing class starts Sept. 30

The Vollum Writing Class is a six-week professional science writing course open to OHSU graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty. This class uses short lectures, class discussion, and workshop-style writing assignments to help researchers learn to write better papers and grants. Topics include: The basic elements of good scientific writing style, including sentence and document structure Insight into scientific conventions regarding grammar, punctuation, and usage Strategies for revising Dealing with writer’s block and time management Best practices for … Read More

OHSU Emerging Technology Fund, letters of intent due Oct.15

The Office of the Senior Vice President for Research seeks applications for the OHSU Emerging Technology Fund, which provides funds for OHSU faculty members to purchase major equipment or technology needed to conduct state-of-the-art research. Technologies funded by this award could include novel instrumentation previously unavailable at OHSU, as well as the replacement of high-end equipment that has become obsolete due to technical advances. Funds may be awarded to a group of investigators; a department, center, … Read More

New online resource available – Metabolomics in Medicine

A new website is available offering free online instruction for clinicians and researchers studying the rapidly developing field of metabolomics which is concerned with the comprehensive characterization of the small molecule metabolites in biological systems. Metabolomics in Medicine was designed to develop a core curriculum in metabolomics with materials that teach the scientific foundations for understanding current technologies, analytical strategies, and practical applications. The many course offerings cover topics such as: Metabolomic profiling in clinical research Sample collection … Read More

CRCN meeting tomorrow, July 1: eIRB Upgrade demo

Please join the Clinical Research Coordinator Network in a special IRB presentation on the new eIRB upgrade, Wednesday, July 1. This demonstration of the new eIRB system will include a presentation of the new processes for initial submissions, modifications and CRQs, and the new Reportable New Information (RNI) system. This presentation will be followed by a Q&A session and networking. CRCN Quarterly Meeting: eIRB Upgrade demo Wednesday, July 1 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Mackenzie … Read More

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