Friday, November 9, 2012 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. OHSU Auditorium Improve your skills in grant writing at a full-day seminar with expert Stephen Russell, D.V.M., Ph.D. The seminar is open to all and ideal for anyone who wants to improve skills in obtaining grant funding. It will be valuable for both clinicians and scientists, especially early-career researchers who are adjusting to shorter NIH applications. The seminar is only $80 – a great deal for … Read More
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Updated 7/30: The internal deadline for this opportunity has been moved to Friday, August 17. The Searle Scholars Program is a highly competitive program designed to support exceptional, new junior faculty. It supports research in biochemistry, cell biology, genetics, immunology, neuroscience, and pharmacology, as well as related areas in chemistry, medicine, and the biological sciences. The program does not ordinarily support purely clinical research but has supported research programs that include both clinical and basic … Read More
Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation provides support to promising junior faculty who are conducting scientific research that can be applied to improving the treatment of patients with hematologic malignancies and cancer-related integrative medicine. The Foundation is most interested in projects that focus on leukemia, lymphoma, and other blood disorders that are likely to be translated into clinical trials within a three to five year period. This Medical Research Award provides $75,000 per year for three years. Applicants … Read More
Due to an overwhelming amount of interest, the internal submission process for submitting to the Collins Medical Trust has been updated for the September 2012 deadline. OHSU is still invited to submit up to 15 applications to the Collins Medical Trust per deadline. The Collins Medical Trust has three deadlines annually – January 1, May 1, September 1. The process for securing one of these 15 spots has changed slightly. Instead of accepting applications on … Read More
The Human Investigations Program (HIP) trains scientists in the principles of and best practices in clinical and translational research. It offers an integrated clinical and translational education curriculum. Participants can obtain a Certificate in Human Investigations or a Master of Clinical Research degree – and a non-degree track allows enrollment in individual courses. The curriculum includes a wide variety of requirements and electives that will provide a rich background in human investigation – everything from the … Read More
Sandy Cook, Ph.D., and Kevin Krane, M.D., will be co-hosting this unique workshop designed to help faculty learn about and understand their options in regards to effectively utilizing team-based learning strategies. The workshop will be held in the School of Nursing, room 572, on Tuesday, June 26 from 3:30 to 5 p.m. A reception will follow at the BICC Gallery, 5 to 7 p.m. Faculty members are encouraged to invite their colleagues to attend this workshop. Sandy Cook, … Read More
Every Principal Investigator wants to build and maintain a lab that attracts and retains outstanding staff members so that your science will be excellent. Juggling this endeavor with all else the PI must do – writing papers, teaching, mentoring, gaining and maintaining funding, creating collaborative and productive relationships with other PIs – can be challenging at best. This 1.5-day course will help you learn to manage people with a focus on the particular needs of … Read More
The American Heart Association has announced its summer deadlines for a wide range of funding opportunities relating to cardiovascular disease and stroke. All proposals and applications will be due either July 17th or 18th, 2012. Don’t forget that earlier this year, the Association enacted new policies regarding membership and application fees. Find the full program descriptions below.
The Department of Defense (DoD) has released RFAs for its highly anticipated Breast and Ovarian Cancer Research Programs. Deadlines vary—find the full program announcements below for more information.
The University of Washington-based Northwest Regional Center of Excellence for Biodefense and Emerging Infectious Disease Research (NWRCE) is inviting investigators to apply for funding to establish new directions in biodefense and emerging infectious diseases. The NWRCE is an NIAID/NIH funded research center targeted toward developing scientific knowledge against biothreat agents and emerging or re-emerging infectious diseases. The award is geared toward postdoctoral or junior faculty and totals $50,000 to $100,000 in research funding for one year. The deadline … Read More