Training

Human Investigations Program applications due July 15

The Human Investigations Program (HIP) trains scientists in the principles of and best practices in clinical and translational research. Participants can obtain a Certificate in Human Investigations or a Master of Clinical Research degree. Enrollment in individual courses without a degree is available as well. The curriculum includes a wide variety of required courses and electives that provide the basic foundations for human investigation. Topics range from the basic science of disease to biostatistics to evidence-based … Read More

OCTRI presents two trainings, May 5 & 9

The Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute (OCTRI) is sponsoring the following training presentations: Working with CTO-Contracting: How do I get my clinical trial contract negotiated and why isn’t it signed yet? Thursday, May 5, 2016  11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. OHSU Hospital, 8th floor auditorium Speakers: Darlene Kitterman, M.B.A., and Jacqueline Brown, J.D. Subject injury policy, identification, and reporting at OHSU* Monday, May 9, 2016 12 to 1 p.m. OHSU Hospital, 8th floor auditorium … Read More

Get ready for Research Week with these pre-event workshops

All OHSU researchers (especially students and trainees, but really everyone!) are invited to attend these skill-building seminars to help you prepare for giving an oral or poster presentation at OHSU Research Week, May 2-6, 2016. How to make and present a poster Friday, Apr. 1 12 to 1 p.m. MRB 310 You’ve done the research, now you need to pull it together for you Research Week poster! This seminar will present key tips for creating and presenting … Read More

Spring Vollum writing class starts Apr. 6

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

New topic for subaward series: Subaward tools in OGA, Feb. 24, 25

Does your research department subcontract with third parties for projects or programs? Are you curious about the new tracking and reporting functionality for subawards in OGA? If so, join the Office of Proposal and Award Management’s in-house experts as they offer a tutorial and discussion on the OGA subaward inquiry function. With a focus on post-award functions, this is the next topic in the subaward series to help you make the most of sub-outs in your research departments. Learn about accessing invoices, … Read More

Export Controls 101: Shipping, Travel & Collaboration – Feb. 9, Mar. 2

Get to know important rules and resources by joining RATE’s newest class, Export Controls 101: Shipping, Travel & Collaboration. While primarily designed for research administrators, this class is open to anyone who plays a part in ensuring OHSU’s research efforts proceed smoothly, and align with applicable policies and processes. Why participate in this class? Because compromised export controls could lead to serious consequences for you as an individual, your department, and for OHSU as a … Read More

Career Dev. Opportunity for Patient-Centered Outcomes Research K12 Scholars

Applications are currently being accepted for the third class of patient-centered outcomes/comparative effectiveness research (PCOR/CER) K12 scholars (beginning in August 2016). If you are a clinical, behavioral, health services, policy, public health, or applied junior faculty researcher interested in pursuing a research career in comparative effectiveness research applied to patient-centered outcomes, you may be eligible for this mentored K12 career development program. The program provides 75% protected time for mentored research career development and includes … Read More

NRSA application workshop: Technical components, Mar. 1

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, coordinator of the MD/PhD … Read More

Training Opportunity for Responsible Conduct of Research

Are you participating in an NIH training grant award or fellowship? Do you need RCR training? The Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute (OCTRI) is offering an 8-hour seminar that meets RCR requirements for Ks, Ts, and other career development or individual fellowship grants. This seminar is an interactive and practical experience  focused on addressing real issues that have arisen in the course of your research. These may be related to ethics, integrity, or regulatory … Read More

Two-part OCTRI research forum: Clinicaltrials.gov registration, Dec. 3 and Jan. 7

Join the Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute, OCTRI, in a two-part research forum that addresses the Clinicaltrials.gov registration process and resources. Clinicaltrials.gov registration Part 1: Background, registration process, and study maintenance Presenters will discuss the reasons for clinical trials registration, which studies are required to be registered, and the processes for registering studies at OHSU.  The requirements for ongoing registration maintenance and common questions and problems will also be covered. Presenters: Bridget Adams, Lara … Read More

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