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The OHSU Center for Spatial Systems Biomedicine (OCSSB), a multidisciplinary center within the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute and School of Medicine, has been awarded $1 million by the W. M. Keck Foundation to support the world’s first microscope that integrates both light and electron microscope techniques. This state-of-the-art technology, being developed in collaboration with Hillsboro-based FEI, allows researchers to associate cell behavior to precise points in the cellular architecture. Researchers from around the globe, including OHSU, … Read More
Are you writing a career development award or planning to in the future? Join us for December’s HIP Buffet seminar for a review of the sections of an NIH K award and tips for writing a successful grant application. The seminar will be held Tuesday, December 18, from 12 to 1 p.m. in Mackenzie Hall 2201. The seminar will be presented by Cynthia Morris, Ph.D, MPH, Professor and Vice Chair, Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology, … Read More
Publishing papers is essential to getting grants funded—but having grant funding is essential for writing papers. So what do you do when you’re stuck? Join Rachel Dresbeck, Ph.D., director of research development and communication, for a Funding Focus seminar on Overcoming Writer’s Block. The seminar will be held Tuesday, December 11 from 4 to 5 p.m. in Mac Hall 2201 (if you’re a Funding Focus regular, you’ll notice this event is being held at a … Read More
OCTRI KL2 Program Request for Applications Career‐development opportunity for clinical and translational researchers The Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute (OCTRI) KL2 supports research training and career development of clinical and translational investigators to conduct interdisciplinary research with scientists from diverse disciplines. In addition to salary support and funds for research activities, scholars are able to utilize additional support services through OCTRI and the Human Investigations Program. The OCTRI KL2 program is funded through NIH. … Read More
Join us for November’s HIP Buffet seminar for a review of NIH funding opportunities for training grants, fellowship and career development awards. The seminar will be held Tuesday, November 20 from 12 to 1 p.m. in Mackenzie Hall 2201. The seminar will be presented by Cynthia Morris, Ph.D, MPH, Professor and Vice Chair, Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology, Medicine, and Public Health and Preventive Medicine. HIP Buffet is a series of workshops that are offered … Read More
Have you always been interested in the intersection of science and government policy? If you’re a tenured or similarly ranked academic scientist or physician, spend a year in Washington, D.C., as a Jefferson Science Fellow. Fellows are assigned to the U.S. Department of State or U.S. Agency for International Development based on their interests and agency needs. After the year is up, fellows return to his or her faculty position with the option to continue … Read More
Are you familiar with NIH funding but not sure where to start when it comes to foundations? Maybe you need seed funding for a new project or you’re planning a conference and could use help finding corporate sponsors. Join us for November’s Funding Focus seminar, Understanding Foundation Funding, presented by the OHSU Foundation’s Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations. The seminar will be held Thursday, November 8 from 12 to 1 p.m. in Mackenzie Hall … Read More
School of Medicine faculty members are eligible to apply for $10,000 to $40,000 in funding from the Gerlinger Research Award. The award can be used for salary, equipment, or supplies. Preference will be given to research dealing with collagen disease, arthritis or DMSO. Applications are due November 23, 2012. Download the grant instructions and the application.
The Doris Duke Clinical Scientist Development Award Program provides junior physician-scientist faculty with $150,000 per year for up to three years to support mentored research in any disease area as they begin their careers as independent clinical investigators. To be eligible, applicants must: Hold a M.D., D.O., or foreign equivalent degree from an accredited institution; Have an active U.S. medical license – U.S. citizenship is not required; Have a full-time faculty position not higher than the … Read More