Thursday, March 11, 2010 Join us for this month’s Funding Focus workshop: Internal Funding Opportunities at OHSU. This workshop will be held on Thursday, March 11th, 2010 from 12:00 pm – 1:00pm in Mac Hall 2201. It’s open to all faculty, researchers, students, and research administrators at OHSU. Are you looking for pilot funds or seed money to help you jump start your research career? Looking for funds to bridge you until your next grant … Read More
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Friday, February 5, 2010, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., MacKenzie Hall 2136 Preparing and submitting an NIH grant this year will be a whole new experience. To help navigate this new territory, from January through May 2010, we will be hosting bi-weekly workshops consisting of proposal review and interactive sessions addressing the new NIH formatting changes. These sessions are open information-sharing forums for investigators to ask questions, work on their proposals, and get feedback from … Read More
As you are likely well aware by now, the NIH has announced profound changes to most applications, including shorter page lengths and a restructured format. As OHSU makes this transition, Research Development & Administration is providing a number of resources to help OHSU investigators. Research Funding & Development Services in the Office of the VP for Research is hosting bi-weekly workshops to help investigators navigate the new formatting requirements. If you are interested in registering … Read More
Preparing and submitting an NIH grant this year will be a whole new experience. To help navigate this new territory, from January through May 2010, we will be hosting a series of bi-weekly workshops consisting of proposal review and interactive sessions addressing the new NIH formatting changes. These sessions are open information-sharing forums for investigators to ask questions, work on their proposals, and get feedback from their peers. We will also share what we are … Read More
As the NIH continues to release updates about the format and form changes for applications starting on and after January 25th, 2010, stay up to date with this video – What Applicants Need to Know Now. As previously reported, access the new forms and guidelines here, but remember to continually check your funding opportunity as they will be re-issued in the coming weeks with specific guidelines.
Thursday, December 17th from 1:00pm – 5:00pm in BRB 403 Sign up now for a spot in the Specific Aims Workshop and get help from your peers on how to clearly articulate your research goals and get interdisciplinary feedback on your specific aims. This workshop is perfect for you if you are preparing to submit your grant in the next month or two or if you have received comments back on your grant and want … Read More
New formatting requirements take effect for most NIH grants starting January 25th, 2010. This brownbag session will provide a broad overview of what is changing – page length requirements, formatting changes, section changes – and discuss resources and upcoming trainings and workshops to help with the transition. Part II of this series (which will focus more on the specifics of various forms) will be held in December during the regularly scheduled Funding Focus. Thursday, November … Read More
Patient and Population-Based Survey Data in Research, Policy and Practice, a workshop sponsored by the Human Investigations Program (HIP) and the Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute, is now open for registration. The workshop will discuss the pros and cons of using such datasets in research, assessing health status, reviewing health care needs and evaluating health system performance. The workshop will use real survey-based data from currently available population-based children’s health datasets and by system … Read More
Beginning about October 1, the Proteomics Shared Resource will be offering has a new mass spec instrument that should greatly increase the productivity of proteomics experiments. Specifically, this instrument is a ThermoFisher LTQ Velos linear ion trap mass spectrometer with an electron transfer dissociation source. It was awarded through an S10 shared equipment grant from NCRR. This instrument more than doubles the number of proteins that can be identified in complex mixtures. This extreme sensitivity … Read More
Seeking funding for your research or lab? Don’t know where to start? Come with your basic funding questions and get going in the right direction. Feel free to bring your lunch. Presenters: Rachel Dresbeck, PhD, Director, Research Development & Communication Amanda Horton, Grant Development Specialist Thursday, September 10, 2009 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm MacKenzie Hall 2201.