As you may know, starting in January 2014 the electronic Clinical Research Information System (eCRIS) will be required for all studies enrolling prospectively consenting OHSU subjects. Then in July 2014, all existing studies must be migrated to eCRIS as well. We realize this change may have a significant impact on a busy study coordinator or investigator’s day, so we asked around to see how things were going. “Before the training sessions the new system seemed … Read More
Q&A: Minimal risk research Got questions about minimal risk research? We’ve got answers! Join all of the IRB Analysts for a question and answer session this Thursday, November 14, from 10-11a.m. in OHSU Hospital 8B60 Questions: Email the Research Integrity Office.
Q&A: Unanticipated problems Got questions about unanticipated problems? We’ve got answers! Join all of the IRB Analysts for a question and answer session this Thursday, October 24, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in OHSU Hospital 8B60. Questions? Email the Research Integrity Office (ORIO).
On the afternoon of Tuesday, October 1, a new research administration class is being launched for learners who have some experience with grant administration and are interested in furthering their skills in federal grant management. “Post–Award Focus: Federal Grant Management” is an intermediate course that examines the financial management of federal grants. Through analysis of case studies, we apply OMB circulars, NIH Grants Policy Statement and OHSU forms and procedures. Participants gain the skills necessary to successfully manage the financial compliance of … Read More
Essential components to grant management at OHSU include the use of InfoEd for submitting proposals to Grants.gov, and once awards are granted, the financial management of those funds through Oracle’s grants accounting module, OGA. The following two hands-on classes show participants how to start using InfoEd and OGA right away! InfoEd for Grants.gov Submissions – September 10 Walk through the process of creating and routing an NIH R01 proposal as well as a non-R01 proposal. … Read More
OHSU is recruiting faculty-level scholars for a two-to-three-year multidisciplinary training program in emergency medicine clinical research. The Oregon Emergency Medicine K12 is a multidisciplinary clinical research program that aims to produce highly qualified emergency medicine researchers with expertise in research fundamentals and the skills required for success as academic clinicians and leaders. By the end of the training period, each scholar will be well-prepared to serve as an independent clinical researcher. Scholar Benefits Scholars will have 75 percent protected … Read More
It’s that time of year again to prepare for Effort Certification! We’re offering the following Research Administration Training & Education (RATE) classes to help you navigate these requirements: Tuesday, July 16 – Effort Certification: Gain a detailed understanding of why and how we maintain this important process at OHSU. Learn the ins and outs of coordinating the Effort Certification process through lecture, case studies and hands-on learning. Tuesday, July 23 – Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) … Read More
Research Administration Training & Education (RATE) is offering a number of great classes in the next few months for Research Administrators and others who support Research at OHSU. Click the links below to learn more. Thursday, June 6 RDA 101: Introduction to Research Administration 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Bancroft Building Community Room Whether you’re new to OHSU Research or have been around but would like to put some faces to names, or fill in … Read More
New this year at OHSU Research Week, we’ve planned a series of career development panels that are designed to spark conversation between students, fellows, and faculty on topics like developing a good relationship with you mentor, finding a job, and surviving grad school. OHSU Researchers from all disciplines are welcome to attend. How to prepare for the job search and interview process Wednesday, May 22, 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m., OHSU Auditorium Postdoctoral fellows and … Read More
New scientists pursing a career in hematology may be interested in this unique year-long training opportunity from the American Society of Hematology (ASH) and the European Hematology Assocation (EHA) that is focused on helping scientists build successful careers in hematologic translational research, including pathogenesis, diagnostics, and experimental treatment of hematological disorders. Twenty early-career scientists from the U.S. and Europe will be selected to participate in the program, which begins with an intensive week-long course held … Read More