The following individuals (and team!) were recently recognized by their colleagues and peers for their outstanding leadership, dedication, and commitment to research at OHSU. Nominations were solicited from across the institution, and a peer review committee selected winners from among those who were nominated. The winners were announced at the Research Week awards reception on May 23, 2013. Research Leadership Award For an individual or group who demonstrates outstanding leadership in research: Leslie Muldoon, Ph.D., … Read More
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The Knight Cancer Institute has a new presence on OHSU’s intranet, O2. The new site contains information about: Knight Cancer research seminars and events Logos, letterhead and other templates OHSU Knight BioLibrary resources Technology transfer and industry partnerships for cancer researchers Clinical trials office support resources Visit the new Knight Cancer Institute O2 site.
Research Administration Training & Education (RATE) is offering a number of great classes in the next few months for Research Administrators and others who support Research at OHSU. Click the links below to learn more. Thursday, June 6 RDA 101: Introduction to Research Administration 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Bancroft Building Community Room Whether you’re new to OHSU Research or have been around but would like to put some faces to names, or fill in … Read More
Please be aware that use of the eRA Research Performance Progress Report module becomes mandatory for Streamlined Noncompeting Award Process (SNAP) and fellowship progress reports for awards with start dates on or after July 1, 2013. That means RPPR use is required for SNAP progress reports due May 15 and fellowship progress reports due May 1. Noncompliance will delay awards and may adversely affect future funding. For more information, view the NIH Notice. Contact your … Read More
The OHSU Library has created a guide for helping OHSU investigators and administrators manage compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy. The site includes: Step-by-step guidance on how to comply when submitting a new publication, as well as how to demonstrate compliance after publication. Frequently asked questions about the NIH Public Access Policy from OHSU investigators. Specific instructions on how to comply when working with Elsevier, Nature, Lipincott Williams & Wilkins, and Springer. Visit the … Read More
Just a friendly reminder that if you plan to submit a grant to a foundation or corporation on the OHSU President’s List, you are required to submit a Notice of Intent Form to the OHSU Foundation. The purpose of the President’s List is to ensure that OHSU maintains coordinated communication with these organizations. Additionally, some organizations are reserved for top institutional priorities as determined by senior OHSU leadership. Things to keep in mind: If you’re … Read More
An important announcement from Research Grants & Contracts: InfoEd will be unavailable on Monday, January 14 for a software upgrade (12 a.m. to approximately 8 p.m.) If you attempt to access InfoEd during the downtime, you will receive an Upgrade in Process page. Once production is available for use, you will see the normal login page. Thank you for your patience and we apologize for any inconvenience this downtime may cause.
Launch into 2013 with a great line-up of learning opportunities from Research Administration Training & Education (RATE). January classes start as early as next week. Which of these fits your needs? Click the links below to view more information about each offering, including class times. Tuesday, January 8 Clinical Trials Administration: Post-award Finance Training Grants & Fellowships Thursday, January 10 RDA 101: Introduction to Research Administration Thursday, January 17 Research Administration Information Network (RAIN) InfoEd & … Read More
This is a friendly reminder that as of January 1, 2013, all proposals submitted through Research Grants and Contracts will require submission of an Electronic Proposed Project Questionnaire (ePPQ) in InfoEd. Since Research Grants and Contracts began piloting the ePPQ in July, feedback from investigators and administrators has been overwhelmingly positive. There are a few key points we want everyone to note: InfoEd (the system behind the ePPQ) will now be required for all “new … Read More
Don’t forget: The Electronic Proposed Project Questionnaire (ePPQ) will become mandatory for applications submitted through Research Grants & Contracts starting January 1, 2013. Sign up for training today. Gain valuable hands-on experience by attending any of these upcoming classes. Knowledgeable Research Grants & Contracts staff walk attendees through the submission of grant applications and ePPQs using the InfoEd module. InfoEd – OHSU uses InfoEd for most NIH, CDC or AHRQ proposals that require electronic submission. Eventually, all proposals … Read More