Posts Tagged ‘policy’

Jefferson Science Policy Fellowships, applications due Jan. 14

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

New eCoI rolls three conflict of interest disclosures into one

Back in December, we told you about the NIH’s revised  regulations regarding conflict of interest in research.  These regulations were enacted to manage the growing complexity of conflicts of interest for investigators receiving grants from the Public Health Service through objectivity, transparency and accountability. OHSU’s Integrity Office has developed a new Conflict of Interest (CoI) System named eCoI. This new system replaces two separate systems (CoIR Management System and the Big Brain CoI module) with … Read More

Integrity Week: IRB Town Hall, Wednesday May 2

Help us help you IRB updates for Principal Investigators When: Wednesday, May 2, 2012, 11am to noon Where: UHS 8B60 Speaker: Susan Bankowski, MS, JD. IRB Chair By attending the town hall meetings you are automatically entered to win a gift basket! Visit our website for more information or contact us if you have any questions.  We can’t wait to see you there!

Integrity Week: Conflict of Interest in Research Town Hall Monday April 30

Retrospective review, sponsored travel and disclosures, oh my! Significant changes in the conflict of interest in research regulations go into effect August 24, 2012. Come to this Integrity Week town hall and find out: All you need to know about the specific regulation changes Upcoming changes to the disclosure form process From the investigator’s perspective, what you need to know Also, this is the last scheduled forum to give us feedback about the proposed procedures. Send us your … Read More

National Academies Science & Technology fellowships, due April 27

The Christine Mirzayan Science & Technology Policy Graduate Fellowship Program offers scientists a chance to delve into the analytical process that informs U.S. science and technology policy.  Graduate and professional school students and early career post-graduates (U.S. and non-U.S. citizens) are eligible to apply for these awards sponsored by the National Academies. The program is a hands-on training and educational fellowship consisting of a twelve-week session that takes place in Washington, D.C. Letters of reference for the Fall … Read More

Department of Health and Human Services Salary Cap Class, Feb. 28

Join us on Tuesday, February 28 for a “nuts and bolts” guide to the Salary Cap as it applies to federal grant management at OHSU. This advanced level Research Administration Training & Education (RATE) course covers the history and regulations, including the December 2011 changes, and translates those into practical applications of the Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) Salary Cap, specifically as it relates to salary distribution, cost sharing and certifying effort. This course is … Read More

Reminder: Special NIH Budget Workshop, Feb. 6

Concerned about the NIH reduction in the salary cap?  What about the cost of living increase limits? To see how these new policies will affect you personally or your research unit, we invite you to attend a special workshop on February 6 from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Old Library Auditorium. This workshop will  offer guidance in preparing and managing grant budgets in light of these federal policy changes. The workshop will be led … Read More

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