Posts Tagged ‘Awards’

Community Partnership Program funds 10 new cancer research projects across the state

OHSU researchers brought in $389 million in extramural funding in fiscal year 2016. But OHSU also funds projects across Oregon through mechanisms like the Knight Cancer Institute’s  Community Partnership Program. The OHSU Knight Cancer Institute has announced grant funding for ten projects around the state that target communities’ cancer-related needs — from prevention through survivorship. These grants provide funding and resources to help develop programs and guide projects toward evidence-based practices and evaluation measures. The program also … Read More

OHSU’s Erick Turner and team finalists for Open Science Prize: voting open through Jan. 6

Alongside the growing availability of high-value open data for research are key obstacles — discoverability and the ability to access and use that data. The global science competition Open Science Prize was launched by the Wellcome Trust, US National Institutes of Health, and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute to encourage new ways to remove these obstacles. In the first phase of this new initiative, six international teams received prizes to develop prototypes. The teams presented … Read More

Technology Transfer and Business Development awards

Four OHSU researchers were honored at OHSU Technology Transfer and Business Development’s 11th award ceremony on Wednesday, Oct. 12. The event is held each year to honor members of the OHSU research community, recognize new companies based on OHSU technology, and celebrate TTBD’s numerous milestones and accomplishments. Sudarshan Anand, Ph.D., assistant professor of cell and developmental biology, was recognized as New Inventor of the Year for his work with TTBD Understanding the role of microRNAs in cancer blood vessels … Read More

OHSU Library to sponsor two scholarships for OpenCon 2016

Interested in scientific communication? Want a more open system to share research and data? Then OpenCon 2016 could be the catalyst for you to pursue these passions and the OHSU Library wants to send you to Washington, D.C., where the conference is being held this year, Nov. 12 to 14. OpenCon is designed to teach scientists and scholars from around the world about open access, open data, and open education, and foster a discussion on key issues surrounding scholarly communications and publications. The conference … Read More

Parkinson’s grants awarded to three OHSU researchers

The American Parkinson Disease Association announced today, Aug. 3, that it has awarded $1.6 million toward research for the 2016-2017 funding cycle. Three OHSU researchers are among the recipients of this year’s awards. Vivek Unni, M.D., Ph.D., assistant professor of neurology in the Parkinson Center of Oregon and Jungers Center for Neurosciences Research at OHSU, is the recipient of the prestigious George C. Cotzias Fellowship, named in honor of the scientist who helped develop Levodopa … Read More

Postdoc Paper of the Year Award application due July 8

The OHSU School of Medicine Alumni Association is seeking applicants for its annual Postdoctoral Paper of the Year Award competition. The paper must be on original research and have been published or accepted for publication for 2015-2016. Finalists must be available to present their research before the Alumni Association’s panel of judges on the evening of August 17, 2016. A winner will be selected and awarded $500 with the opportunity to present their paper during … Read More

Reminder: MRF award nominations due May 27

In addition to their quarterly grant program, once a year the Medical Research Foundation (MRF) recognizes Oregonians who are performing cutting edge research and demonstrating outstanding leadership. So if you have an exceptional colleague you feel deserves recognition for their work, nominate them for one of these awards by May 27, 2016. Note: nominations are usually due in August so this is a new deadline! Detailed information about each award including the Mentor Award, Discovery Award, and … Read More

OHSU among “Best Small Universities”

Each year, The Times Higher Education (THE) publishes their ranking of the “World’s Best Small Universities.” This year, OHSU is listed at #7. THE categorizes an institution a “small university” if it has enrollment of less than 5,000 across the entire institution. All universities featured in this category must also cover four or more broad subjects. The list, released on Jan. 25, includes an overview of the top 20 schools in this category. OHSU, which ranks highest among medical … Read More

OHSU researchers receive NIH BRAIN initiative funding

Haining Zhong, Ph.D.,  and Tianyi Mao, Ph.D., assistant scientists with OHSU’s Vollum Institute, were awarded a grant as part of the Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) initiative. The grant given to OHSU — an award totaling $1,156,556 over three years from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke within the NIH — will allow the investigators to further explore their research in neuromodulation, a key mode of chemical communication between neurons in the brain. … Read More

Eric Gouaux to Receive 2016 Anatrace Membrane Protein Award from the Biophysical Society

Eric Gouaux, Ph.D., senior scientist at the Vollum Institute and Howard Hughes Medical Investigator, will receive the 2016 Anatrace Membrane Protein Award from the Biophysical Society. The award recognizes outstanding investigators who make a significant contribution to the field of membrane protein research. Gouaux was selected for his work on the atomic structure of neurotransmitter transporters and ion channels that has revolutionized our understanding of the molecules underlying synaptic transmission in the brain. Gouaux will accept this award at … Read More

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