Posts Tagged ‘internal funding’

Seeking scholars for K12 emergency medicine clinical research program

OHSU is recruiting faculty-level scholars for a two-to-three-year multidisciplinary training program in emergency medicine clinical research. The Oregon Emergency Medicine K12 is a multidisciplinary clinical research program that aims to produce highly qualified emergency medicine researchers with expertise in research fundamentals and the skills required for success as academic clinicians and leaders. By the end of the training period, each scholar will be well-prepared to serve as an independent clinical researcher. Scholar Benefits Scholars will have 75 percent protected … Read More

Emerging Technology Fund letters of intent due Aug. 30

Letters of intent are due August 30, 2013 for the Emerging Technology Fund program, which provides funds for OHSU faculty members to purchase major equipment or technology needed to conduct state-of-the-art research. Technologies funded by this award could include novel instrumentation previously unavailable at OHSU, as well as upgrading high-end equipment that has become obsolete due to technical advances. Funds may be awarded to a group of investigators; a department, center, or institute; or a … Read More

Updated Collins Medical Trust submission guidelines and forms

If you plan to apply for a grant from the Collins Medical Trust this summer, be sure to use the updated guidelines and application forms that were posted in late May. Of note, there is a specific notice of intent form for Collins Medical Trust applications. Investigators must complete this notice of intent form during the open application period associated with each deadline. To be considered for the next funding cycle, you must submit a … Read More

OCTRI announces new Biomedical Innovation Program award recipients

The Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Institute is pleased to announce the funding of five research awards through its Biomedical Innovation Program. The Program funds promising translational projects with the goal of moving innovative technologies to clinical application through commercialization. The Biomedical Innovation Program is supported by major funding from OCTRI, with supplemental support from the Oregon Translational Research and Development Institute (OTRADI), and by a strong collaboration with OHSU Technology Transfer and Business Development. … Read More

Reminder: Funding Focus, “Writing an MRF Grant” with David Ellison, M.D., March 21

Did you know that 80 percent of Medical Research Foundation of Oregon (MRF) grants are awarded to OHSU investigators? For our March Funding Focus, David Ellison, M.D., former MRF review committee chair, will be giving a presentation on how to write an MRF grant. If you’re planning to write an MRF grant sometime this year, attend this workshop to learn what MRF reviewers are looking for and to ask questions you have about the application … Read More

OHSU Presidential Bridge Funding applications due May 17

Applications for the 2013-2014 Presidential Bridge Funding program will be due May 17, 2013. Bridge funding is available for independent established investigators at OHSU threatened by an imminent lapse in research support. Investigators can request up to $50,000 in funding for one year to help bridge them while they generate data to restore funding. Up to 10 awards will be made this funding cycle. Awards will be made only to OHSU investigators. The PI must … Read More

Funding Focus: “Writing an MRF Grant” with David Ellison, M.D., March 21

Did you know that 80 percent of Medical Research Foundation of Oregon (MRF) grants are awarded to OHSU investigators? For our March Funding Focus, David Ellison, M.D., former MRF review committee chair, will be giving a presentation on how to write an MRF grant. If you’re planning to write an MRF grant sometime this year, attend this workshop to learn what MRF reviewers are looking for and to ask questions you have about the application … Read More

Knight Cancer Institute Pilot Project funding, pre-proposals due March 29

The OHSU Knight Cancer Institute is now accepting applications for Pilot Project funding. The purpose of these $50,000 awards is to cultivate outstanding translational cancer research by assisting in the generation of preliminary data leading to peer-reviewed, national funding. This mechanism is intended to support clinical, basic, or population-based research that is cancer focused. Scientific excellence will be the key review element for all applications. Interdisciplinary research, in which investigators from disparate scientific areas collaborate to … Read More

OCTRI Catalyst Awards, letters of intent due April 22

The Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Institute (OCTRI) is now accepting letters of intent for its Catalyst Awards, which facilitate novel, collaborative, multidisciplinary studies that will lead to further research and funding in translational research. This funding mechanism is offered in close collaboration with the School of Medicine Research Roadmap but is open to all OHSU faculty. OCTRI will award up to $100,000 for as many as five awardees ($400,000 total). This funding is specifically intended to … Read More

Methamphetamine Abuse Research Center pilot projects, due April 1

OHSU’s Methamphetamine Abuse Research Center (MARC) seeks applications for pilot project research grants. These grants, of up to $30,000, are designed to bring new research directions, approaches, and investigators into the center. Projects are also intended to generate preliminary data for future R-type grant applications. All OHSU and VA faculty interested in methamphetamine research are encouraged to submit proposals. Postdoctoral trainees are not eligible for this award. The MARC will evaluate proposals on their scientific … Read More

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