Posts Tagged ‘Research Resources’

OHSU Emerging Technology Fund, letters of intent due Sept. 15

The Office of the Senior Vice President for Research seeks applications for the OHSU Emerging Technology Fund, 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 the replacement of high-end equipment that has become obsolete due to technical advances. Funds may be awarded to a group of investigators; a department, center, … Read More

New search tool for tissue samples available for cancer researchers

The OHSU Knight BioLibrary recently introduced a biolocator search engine that provides cancer researchers with a new tool for requesting specimens. For the first time, researchers—whether at OHSU or outside institutions—can do an online search of the repositories that are part of the BioLibrary. The eight searchable repositories currently contain more than 100,000 specimens from about 8,600 patients. Highlights include: Automated process: All specimen requests are now handled directly through the search engine. After each submission, researchers can log onto the … Read More

iLab Solutions rollout begins July 29 for core resource scheduling and billing

In June, we told you about an upcoming change in the way you interface with core resources at OHSU. Over the next few weeks, OHSU will begin rolling out iLab Solutions, a web-based tool to help manage scheduling and billing for core research resources. iLab Solutions will replace the current Core Ordering and Reporting Enterprise System (CORES). The rollout will happen in phases, with Flow Cytometry, Advanced Light Microscopy, and Massively Parallel Sequencing transitioning to the new system first. … Read More

Do you know where to go for clinical research help?

Have a question about clinical or translational research? Don’t know what resources are available or are unsure about clinical research procedures or policies? There is a new service offered by the Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Institute (OCTRI) called the Clinical Research Navigator. The Clinical Research Navigator saves you time hunting for help and connects you with people and resources all by contacting one email/phone number. This service is available to anyone that has questions about … Read More

Agenda updated for in vivo molecular imaging symposium and discussion, May 16

OHSU researchers are invited to a symposium on molecular imaging that will provide the latest research, possible projects for OHSU scientists, and a major opportunity to weigh in and discuss potential investment in these techniques at OHSU. In Vivo Molecular Imaging symposium and discussion: A proposal for the OHSU Research Community Friday, May 16, 1:15 to 4:30 p.m. in Vollum M1441 Agenda 1:15-1:45 p.m. Refreshments, Welcome, and Description of the Proposed OHSU Facilities – Jonathan Lindner, … Read More

New Clinical & Translational Research Center and Epilepsy Monitoring Unit open house, April 29

OCTRI’s Clinical and Translational Research Center and Epilepsy Monitoring Unit has recently undergone construction to provide first class care and research capabilities. Supported by heightened staffing, space and state-of-the-art equipment, this new unit will strengthen and elevate the care of patients with neurologic diseases and support clinical research across a broad spectrum. Please join us for an open house to learn more about the facility, tour and enjoy refreshments. Clinical and Translational Research Center and … Read More

Reminder: eCRIS Mandatory Use in effect Wednesday, Jan. 29

If your studies involve prospectively consented OHSU human subjects, then starting Wednesday, Jan. 29, you will be required to use eCRIS, an institution-wide computer application for the budgeting, financial management, contracting, and study management of OHSU clinical research studies, including subject tracking, regulatory reporting, and document management. eCRIS support is dedicated to assisting through this transition and is available by emailing eCRISSupport@ohsu.edu. The mailbox is monitored between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. You … Read More

Update: eCRIS Mandatory Use Moved to Thursday, Jan. 29

The date all new clinical studies enrolling prospectively consented human subjects are required to use OHSU’s electronic clinical research information system, eCRIS, has been moved to Jan. 29, 2014 from Jan. 14, 2014. We still encourage you to get prepared to use eCRIS.  Some helpful ways to get prepared are: complete required and/or recommended training and visit the eCRIS information site for additional resources. Resources eCRIS website eCRIS FAQ’s Page eCRIS Training eCRIS Big Brain … Read More

Frequently asked questions about eCRIS

What is eCRIS? eCRIS is OHSU’s new electronic Clinical Research Information System. It is used for management of clinical research studies and facilitates study set up and ongoing management, including budgeting, financial management and subject tracking. Is it mandatory? Starting when? Yes. Studies that meet the inclusion criteria that are submitted to eIRB on or after 1/14/14 must use eCRIS. Ongoing studies must be transitioned to eCRIS  by 7/14/14. Which studies are required to be … Read More

OHSU partners with Epic to advance research in electronic health records

OHSU’s Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology has launched a new partnership with Epic Systems Corporation—makers of electronic health records software—to support research and education in informatics. OHSU is the first academic medical center to partner with Epic in this way. Read more.

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