Posts Tagged ‘NIH grant’

NIH BRAIN initiative to fund new research on function of amygdala

A $5 million grant and new imaging technology will enable Vollum Institute neuroscientists to map specific circuits within the amygdala. Evidence suggests that the amygdala, known for circuitry critical for reactive emotions like fight-or-flight, is also involved in higher-level functions, such as memory and emotional learning. A goal of this research is to improve understanding of these circuits’ functions. Researchers Tianyi Mao, Ph.D., and Haining Zhong, Ph.D., both associate professors and scientists at the Vollum … Read More

K12 Emergency Care Research Scholar Training opportunity

The Department of Emergency Medicine is seeking applicants interested in training for a research career focused on Emergency Care Research topics. The training opportunity is for physicians and clinician-scientists. Qualified scholars will be physicians who have completed residency or fellowships in emergency medicine other specialties, such as trauma surgery, pediatrics, hematology or internal medicine. Qualified clinician-scientists will have a Ph.D. or equivalent research training, such as nurses, psychologists, or pharmacists. Co-Directors of the OHSU NIH K12 … Read More

NIH grant workshop: Fine-tuning your research strategy, May 22

This workshop, hosted by Research Funding & Development Services, is for faculty who are writing R01s or R21s. The course will focus on strengthening the research strategy component of the NIH grant application: specific aims, significance and scientific premise, innovation, and approach. We will also cover some of the new forms, such as the Authentication of Biological Variables. The workshop will be led by Rachel Dresbeck, director of research development at OHSU. NIH grant workshop: Fine-tuning your … Read More

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