We’re cross-posting the following announcement from Staff News. Beginning Aug. 16, ITG will upgrade the servers that power Outlook email. The servers will be upgraded from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2010. In addition to providing several behind-the-scenes improvements, you’ll notice: Better calendar sharing Better experience in Outlook Web Access (mail.ohsu.edu) Better visibility on small screens like smartphones and tablets. ITG asks that you delete any unnecessary emails prior to your mailbox migration (including emails in … Read More
The “Sunshine Provisions” of the Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act requires manufacturers to report to the federal government any payments they make to physicians and teaching hospitals. Pharmaceutical, medical device, biological and medical supply manufacturers will start tracking payments to physicians on August 1, 2013. This information will be made available on a publicly accessible website beginning September 30, 2014. The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is holding a National Provider … Read More
Help a group of OHSU women’s health researchers compete for a people’s choice award from Saving Lives at Birth, a program whose sponsors include USAID and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Alison Edelman, M.D., M.P.H., Maria Rodriguez, M.D., Jeffrey Jensen, M.D., M.P.H., and collaborators at RevMedx are finalists for their project, “A Novel Agent for Management of Post Partum Hemorrhage: Adaptation of the Xstat Mini-Sponge Applicator for Obstetric Use,” which adopts new technology from … Read More
Maybe we should all be enjoying our jobs more and worrying about them less. Check this out from Radhika Nagpal, Professor of Computer Science, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the Harvard Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering. She has some interesting insights into how to prioritize, manage your time, say no–and have fun.
P. Hemachandra Reddy, Ph.D., an associate scientist in the Division of Neuroscience, has been selected to serve as a member of the Neural Oxidative Metabolism and Death Study Section for the NIH Center for Scientific Review through June 30, 2019. Members are selected based on the quality of their research accomplishments, publications in scientific journals, and other significant scientific activities, achievements and honors. As a member of a study section, Dr. Reddy will review NIH … Read More
On Wednesday, July 3, ITG will be performing a critical reboot of the wireless data network. Later this month, on July 15, ITG has planned for a wireless network upgrade that will also impact WiFi services. For more information, visit the TechTalk blog. For questions, please contact the ITG Help Desk at 4-2222.
We are cross-posting this important notice from Staff News. On Saturday, June 29, a crane will replace heavy ventilation equipment atop the Medical Research Building and MacKenzie Hall. Preparation leading up to that event will bring the following: Wednesday, June 26 Fourteen parking spaces in the Auditorium Lot will be off-limits to parkers. Temporary protective plating will be placed in the research courtyard. At the west end of the research courtyard, between the Old Library … Read More
A random sampling of OHSU employees recently received a commute survey from the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ). If less than 75 percent of recipients complete the survey, TriMet commuters may be in jeopardy of losing their discounted passes. If you received a commute survey and have not yet completed it, please do so by Friday, June 28, 2013. The survey should take less than five minutes to complete. Individuals who received the email … Read More
Do you have a notebook full of promising ideas that didn’t turn out as you expected? F1000 is looking for papers reporting negative or null results, and they will waive publication fees for such manuscripts until August 1. So your negative results will cost you nothing. Read the blog post linked above for the details and the coupon code.
Below is a list of students who were recognized for exceptional oral or poster presentations during OHSU Research Week. Students were evaluated on hypothesis, research approach, impact, layout/use of media, and presentation skills. The top 15 percent of presenters were selected for an award. Oral presentation winners receive a $150 cash prize and poster presentation winners receive a $75 cash prize. Special thanks to Dr. Peter Mayinger and all of our volunteer judges who evaluated … Read More