Posts Tagged ‘Research Resources’

OCTRI Biomedical Informatics group will host an Excel Tutorial, Nov. 2

Come learn how Excel is convenient for quickly organizing and cleaning data for statistical analysis. Find out how and when Excel should be used for research purposes. Methods for formatting data to easily import into databases or statistical analysis software will be discussed. Friday, November 2, 2012 12 to 1 p.m. OHSU Auditorium Questions? Contact Julie Mitchell.

Reminder – Funding Focus: OHSU Research 101, Oct. 11

Are you new to OHSU or just looking for a refresher on the resources we have available? Join us for a virtual tour of OHSU research resources at this month’s Funding Focus seminar on Thursday, October 11 from 12 to 1 p.m. in Mac Hall 2201. We’ll cover tools you’ll need for planning research projects as well as how to get your grant application through the OHSU system. Faculty, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, and administrators … Read More

OHSU to host the Western Association of Core Directors Meeting, Nov. 1 & 2

The Western Association of Core Directors Annual Meeting will be held at the OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital Conference Center this November 1 & 2. This meeting provides a regional resource for individuals juggling the scientific needs of core facilities with the business requirements of managing them via a platform that is focused on content and interaction. Meeting Details: Registration is now open. The registration fee is $100. Attendees will be responsible for their own travel, … Read More

Have you seen any of this equipment? We need your help getting them home!

OHSU is in the process of changing out our entire fleet of SCD devices to a new model. But before we get the new equipment we must track down and return the approximately 500 Flowtron Universal devices (pictured above) that are still here. OHSU is also replacing all the blue-faced (left) Alaris PC units with the new white-faced ones (right). If you have one of these old devices in your department, stored, hidden, being used as … Read More

The story of how two FEI microscopes found a (temporary) home on the hill

This article was originally posted on the School of Medicine Research Voice by Rachel Shafer. It has been re-posted in its entirety with permission. When the forklift began skidding down the dirt ramp to Richard Jones Hall carrying a crate of sensitive FEI equipment, Martha Wong saw her worst nightmare coming true. For almost a year now, the project manager for OHSU Facilities Design & Construction had been leading an intense logistical effort to bring … Read More

Focus on partnership: FEI microscopes arrive on campus

This article was originally posted on the School of Medicine Research Voice by Rachel Shafer. It has been re-posted in its entirety with permission. On July 1, three state-of-the-art FEI electron microscopes arrived on campus, augmenting the instrumentation available to researchers via the OHSU Electron Microscopy (EM) Core Facility and marking a milestone for the OHSU/FEI Living Lab for Cell Biology. Announced last September, the three highly advanced microscopes are a key part of the … Read More

OHSU Cores on your iPhone

Now you can view what core resources are available and access core phone numbers–even when you’re on the road. Just visit the new Cores Mobile site and bookmark it on your iPhone. Here are two easy ways to get started: Method #1 From your phone’s browser, type in: Your iPhone will ask you if you want to add to home screen. Tap the arrow and load the icon onto your phone. Name your icon … Read More

New electron microscopes; project consultation and training available

On July 1, OHSU received three state-of-the-art electron microscopes as part of the Living Laboratory collaboration between the OHSU Center for Spatial Systems Biology (OCSSB) and the world leader in electron microscopy systems, FEI. As an incentive to involve as many researchers on campus and in Portland with these resources, the Electron Microscopy Core is planning to provide pilot project consultation and assistance without charge for any investigator with an idea for using electron microscope … Read More

DNA Services Core May Template Quality Challenge winner

Each month, the DNA Services Core Facility analyzes the DNA sequencing metadata (read length, quality scores, etc) and gives a $54 worth of sequencing credit to the “winner” of the Template Quality Challenge. In May, DNA Services sequenced ~2500 DNA samples, large and small. Of the former, ~70% produced contiguous read lengths of 800 bases or more. The month’s winner is Ronn Leon of the Fleming lab (Bone Marrow Transplant) for “Best DNA sequencing sample” with a contiguous read … Read More

New: People Management for Principal Investigators, June 15 & 16

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

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