You’ve completed an Intellectual Property Disclosure Form and submitted it the Technology Transfer & Business Development (TTBD) office. What happens next? Please join Michele Gunness, senior technology development manager and Trina Voss, technology development manager for a discussion of how TTBD evaluates inventions to find the best route to move them from the lab to the marketplace, for the public benefit. Every invention is unique, and has multiple potential commercialization plans. In this session, we’ll … Read More
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The NIH RePORTER, or Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools website, is our go-to resource for finding out what types of projects are being funded by different institutes and study sections. This week, the NIH announced a new search tool within RePORTER called Matchmaker that allows you to paste in a full abstract and search for similar funded projects. Arguably the coolest part of this new tool is that it automatically creates charts of the most common … Read More
This November, the Funding Focus series is getting back to basics with one of our most popular seminars: Grant Writing 101. The seminar will be held Thursday, November 21 from 12 to 1 p.m. in Mac Hall 2201. It’s open to all researchers and staff at OHSU, but it’s perfect for those new to OHSU or to grant writing in general. You’ll learn the key elements of a successful proposal, including how to: Plan your … Read More
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Are you a non-native English speaker interested in improving your English skills and receiving coaching on handling cross-cultural interactions in the workplace? If so, you’re invited to attend four sessions of “Linguistic Advancement for Non-Native English Speakers.” Classes will provide a supportive environment to improve your language structure, pragmatic skills and conversational confidence. This is meant to be a fun and interactive series with lots of opportunities for you to ask questions about language and … Read More
The Department of Comparative Medicine has compiled a list of a genetically engineered mouse models that are being used by researchers at OHSU. On the spreadsheet, you will find a list of mouse strains and stock numbers as well as their source and the contact information for the PI at OHSU who is using that particular strain. If you’re interested in using a particular strain, please contact the PI listed directly. Search the list by … Read More
Are you a non-native English speaker interested in improving your English skills and receiving coaching on handling cross-cultural interactions in the workplace? If so, please join us for four sessions of Linguistic Advancement for Non-Native English Speakers. Classes will provide a supportive environment to improve your language structure, pragmatic skills and conversational confidence. This will be a fun and interactive series with lots of opportunities for you to ask questions about language and culture. We … Read More
These less hectic months of summer at OHSU may allow more time in your schedule for learning opportunities. Consider attending RDA 101: Introduction to Research Administration on Thursday, July 26. This two-hour course will be held at the Bancroft Building at the South Waterfront – an easy walk or shuttle ride from the Portland Aerial Tram. If you’re new to OHSU Research, or would like a better understanding of how Research Development and Administration supports … Read More
Looking for an easier way to find out who does what at OHSU? To find funding? Or to find statistics on journal citations? OHSU licenses several tools, including SciVal Experts, Funding and Scopus, that are meant to help you find this information and much more, as quickly and easily as possible. These tools have recently undergone a major upgrade, so trainers from Elsevier will be on campus next Thursday, May 3 to demonstrate how to … Read More
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) has just posted four sample R21 applications and their summary statements. Even if you’re planning to submit to another institute, these samples are a great way to familiarize yourself with how reviewers are evaluating R21s in the new format. Are you still wondering: Is R21 the right mechanism for me? NIAID spells it out in a short article in their Funding Newsletter.