Researchers: You’re invited to an all-OHSU town hall this Thursday, April 5 with OHSU President Joe Robertson, Chief Financial Officer Lawrence Furnstahl, and Provost Jeanette Mladenovic. For more information, visit the Staff News blog.
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Exciting news: Oregon Health & Science University welcomes Kenton Gregory, M.D., and his fifteen-member research team. He and his group have joined OHSU to establish a new independent research entity: the Center for Regenerative Medicine. At the Center, Dr. Gregory and his team will build on their pioneering basic science discoveries and innovative applications. Dr. Gregory is noted particularly for his novel bandages and wound dressings, which are used by military personnel, civilian first responders … Read More
A couple of weeks ago, we told you about upcoming maintenance on OHSU data servers. Well, the time has come. OHSU websites (including this one) and email will be unavailable early Sunday morning, so we highly recommend you visit the TechTalk blog and print out their list of FAQs before the weekend.
If you work in the Medical Research Building, Richard Jones Hall or the Vollum Institute, be sure to check out the facilities maintenance calendar for October on OHSU’s Facilities & Logistics blog (login required). Remember: this routine maintenance continues to improve reliability of the heating, cooling and chemical/fume hood services to our buildings.
If you follow any of OHSU’s internal blogs, you may have heard about planned maintenance on OHSU’s data servers. While the maintenance will mostly impact health care services, be sure to check out TechTalk for a list of FAQs about the project, which includes a section on how researchers may be affected. Keep your eyes on TechTalk for all the latest information.
On Thursday, President Robertson announced OHSU’s new provost: Jeanette Mladenovic, M.D., M.B.A., M.A.C.P. (that’s Mal-DEN-o-vic). Dr. Mladenovic comes to OHSU from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine where she serves as senior associate dean. In addition to her experience in university administration, Dr. Mladenovic has also spent time in the lab doing research. She received her bachelor’s and medical degrees from the University of Washington, completed training at Johns Hopkins Hospital and Stanford … Read More
On June 15, we alerted you to the pending shutdown of the Medical Research Building, scheduled for June 24th through 26th. We attended the open forum held by OHSU Facilities on June 16 and here’s what we learned: The engineers now believe they will need to take the cooling system offline only from 7 p.m. Friday, June 24th to 9 a.m. Saturday, June 25th. This shorter time period should minimize the impact to research areas … Read More
Update 6/20: View new information on the pending shutdown. Update 6/15: Do you work in MRB? An open forum will be held Thursday, June 16 from 4 to 5 p.m. in MRB 310 to discuss the upcoming cooling shutdown and the impacts it might have on your experiments. —————————————————— University & Research Facilities has asked us to share the following information regarding a shutdown of the Medical Research Building (MRB) from June 24-26: All central … Read More
Back in January, OHSU leaders began their search for a provost to lead the academic mission at OHSU. Now, you can watch video interviews of the top two provost candidates. View the videos on the Leadership Forum blog.
As many of you are already aware, several Research Administration (RDA) offices will be moving from ADP to the Bancroft building over the next few weeks. Because the Bancroft building is located near the tram on the South Waterfront, RDA staff will have easier access to Marquam Hill, allowing them to provide better support to OHSU investigators. Departments moving to the Bancroft building include: Research Grants and Contacts, Sponsored Projects Administration, Technology Transfer and Business … Read More