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New procedure for submitting grants to private foundations and corporations

Do you ever submit grants to private foundations or corporations? If so, the OHSU Foundation might be able to help! The OHSU Foundation Office of Corporate & Foundation Relations manages fundraising efforts for OHSU by using the Notice of Intent Form (previously known as the Foundation Clearance & Proposal Tracking Form). Because working with foundations often requires a coordinated outreach effort, we ask that all investigators notify us before submitting an application or letter of … Read More

Do you work with an outstanding researcher?

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 The official call for MRF award nominations will occur in July and nominations will be due August 24, 2012. In the meantime, please start thinking about nominating your most talented and promising colleagues for an award. Detailed information about each award–including the Mentor Award, Discovery Award, and New … Read More

Jonah Sacha, Ph.D., secures $1 million in funding for HIV vaccine research

Back in January we announced that Louis Picker, M.D., and his research team had received $8 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to further develop a promising HIV vaccine candidate. OHSU researchers have secured an additional $1 million from the Gates Foundation through their Grand Challenges Explorations funding program. Research will be led by assistant scientist Jonah Sacha, Ph.D., at the Vaccine and Gene Therapy Institute on OHSU’s West Campus. Sacha and his colleagues will attempt … Read More

Must read article: Working with program officers

We know, contacting program officers can be nerve-racking, and for good reason. That said, it’s important to keep in mind that program officers are there to help when you need it. We came across this great article from The Chronicle of Higher Education by Michael J. Spires titled, “What to Say – and Not Say – to Program Officers.” Some of his advice is very straightforward: If you have a question make sure you have … Read More

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