Posts Tagged ‘collaboration’

Getting started with SciVal Experts: Find researchers for a funding opportunity

Here’s the final video in our five-week series of Getting to Know SciVal Experts. In this video, learn how to find potential collaborators for a funding opportunity by conducting a full text search in SciVal Experts. Learn more about SciVal Experts, or watch other videos in the series.

Getting started with SciVal Experts: Viewing publication history

This week’s video shows you how to look up an OHSU researcher’s publication history in SciVal Experts. Learn more about SciVal Experts, or watch last week’s tutorial.

Getting started with SciVal Experts: Identifying similiar experts at OHSU

This week’s video shows you how to identify other experts at OHSU who focus on related topics by using the Similar Experts feature in SciVal Experts. Similar Experts lists both researchers you’ve worked with in the past and others who you haven’t worked with yet. Learn more about SciVal Experts, or watch last week’s tutorial.

Check out the Healthy Aging Alliance’s new website

Learn how researchers across a wide range of disciplines are coming together to help our aging population stay healthy and maintain independence. View the new Healthy Aging Alliance website.

New deadline: Specimen-acquisition opportunity with Kaiser NW Biobank

Interested in collecting samples from one of the largest local health systems? This is an opportunity to collaborate with the NW  Biobank at Kaiser Permanente to enhance your research. The Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research (KPCHR), in collaboration with OCTRI, is offering another opportunity for OHSU investigators to guide a specimen-collection effort. The NW Biobank at Kaiser Permanente is currently collaborating with OHSU investigators  to collect cases in these research areas:  prostate cancer, lung cancer, depression, risk biomarkers of … Read More

DoD releases 2012 breast and ovarian cancer research funding announcements

The Department of Defense (DoD) has released RFAs for its highly anticipated Breast and Ovarian Cancer Research Programs. Deadlines vary—find the full program announcements below for more information.

Oregon researchers: Tai chi improves balance in Parkinson’s patients

Tai Chi has been shown to improve balance and decrease risk for falls in Parkinson’s patients, according to research published today in the New England Journal of Medicine by a team of Oregon scientists. Elizabeth Eckstrom, M.D., M.P.H., associate professor and director of geriatrics at OHSU, was part of the collaboration, which was led by a scientist from the Oregon Research Institute. The study was one of the first large-scale clinical trials to test the … Read More

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