Posts Tagged ‘events’

NIH director to give annual Mark O. Hatfield Lecture, Oct. 24

The Director of the National Institutes of Health, Francis S. Collins, M.D., Ph.D, will be giving this year’s Mark O. Hatfield Lecture. The talk will examine recent advances in fundamental knowledge about biology—and highlight the ways in which that knowledge is serving to improve human health. Topics may include research developments at the NIH at the Mark O. Hatfield Clinical Research Center, the Precision Medicine Initiative, the Cancer Moonshot, and updates on Zika and other global … Read More

Grand opening of Center for Radiochemistry Research, Sept. 20

The OHSU Knight Cardiovascular Institute cordially invites you to attend the ribbon cutting of the Center for Radiochemistry Research, the newest research building on Marquam Hill since the Biomedical Research Building opened in 2005. The center will provide OHSU scientists with a new suite of powerful imaging tools and expertise, including new labs, a cyclotron for isotope generation, and advanced imaging technology for preclinical and clinical research. The the facility and its resources will give OHSU … Read More

Early-technology development workshop, Sept. 14

Last week, the Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute announced its most recent round of funding through the Biomedical Innovation Program: Device, Diagnostic, and Software Development. Commercialization is a key component of the Biomedical Innovation Program and also the area applicants are likely least familiar with. To address this, OCTRI and Technology Transfer and Business Development are teaming up to host a workshop to discuss strategies of concept-to-product development. “From concept to commercialization: An early-technology development workshop” … Read More

Calling all OHSU researchers: Step up to pitch your innovations to investors at upcoming events

If you’re an OHSU researcher, Technology Transfer and Business Development has two opportunities to help you move your research forward. Through partnerships with the Oregon Bioscience Association and the Technology Association of Oregon, you are invited to pitch your innovations to a crowd of local community members, entrepreneurs, and investors. In two separate events, OHSU researchers can hone their messages, craft compelling presentations, and practice their pitches. OHSU provides individualized coaching to help you succeed. Participation … Read More

Breast cancer conference focuses on technology, biology around early detection, Aug. 6

This August, leading breast cancer researchers from around the world will travel to Portland for the 30th International Association for Breast Cancer Research Conference. The theme for this year’s event is “Confronting the confusion: How to think about breast cancer screening.” Programming will focus on the biology and technology needed to enable earlier detection of lethal breast cancers. Breast Cancer Research Conference Saturday, Aug. 6, 2016 2 to 5 p.m. Collaborative Life Sciences Building After the … Read More

Join the fight against skin cancer, May 21

In a state more known for rain than sunshine, one would think skin cancer wouldn’t be much of a concern in Oregon. The fact is, Oregon ranks fifth in the nation for melanoma, the most serious of all skin cancers. Researchers at OHSU are on the case, declaring war on melanoma and engaging patients, survivors and the community to figure out how best to prevent, treat and detect the disease. Sancy Leachman, M.D., Ph.D., director … Read More

Statewide 3MT competition to be held at OSU, May 21

Sign up for Research Week 2016’s Three-Minute Thesis competition and you may have a chance to win the statewide prize! Winners from the regional 3MT competitions will head to Corvallis to give their single-slide, three-minute presentations which will be evaluated for comprehension, engagement, and communication. Awards range from $500 – $1,000. The state competition will be held at Oregon State University on: Saturday, May 21 1:30  to 3:30 p.m. Oregon State University Learning Innovation Center (LINC) 100 Corvallis, Ore. This event … Read More

OHSU forum: Data science and biomedical research, Apr. 20

The OHSU community is invited to attend a forum with Philip Bourne, Ph.D., associate director for data science at the National Institutes of Health, presenting on data science and biomedical research. Forum and Q&A Wednesday, Apr. 20 12 p.m. Mackenzie Hall 1162 The associate director and his office provide input to the overall NIH vision and actions undertaken by each of the 27 Institutes and Centers in support of biomedical research as a digital enterprise. They are … Read More

Volunteer as a presentation judge at Research Week!

Research Week 2016 is fast approaching and we need your help! We are looking for 51 faculty, postdocs, and research staff to serve as judges for students and postdocs who are presenting talks and posters during Research Week, May 2-6. For each session for which you sign up to judge, you’ll be asked to evaluate a maximum of four student presentations (either oral or poster). Visit the sign-up page for a full listing of session dates, times, and … Read More

Volunteers needed for Research Week 2016!

Research Week 2016 is less than a month away, and we need your help! Each year, volunteers play a critical role in in making Research Week a success. Anyone at OHSU can volunteer. It’s a great opportunity to meet people from other areas and gain an understanding of the scope and quality of the research conducted every day at OHSU. There are a number of ways volunteers can help: Check-in Desk As a Check-in Desk volunteer, you … Read More

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