Posts Tagged ‘shared resources’

Reminder: Applications for University Shared Resources pilot funding due Friday, Oct. 7

This is the final week to submit your applications for the OHSU University Shared Resources Core Pilot Awards program. These awards support OHSU faculty and USR cores by providing pilot funding for principal investigators, especially to support generation of data for new grant applications, as well as to support core development. Applications must be filled out online through OHSU’s Competitive Application Portal (CAP). Full RFA is provided on CAP and can also be found here. Please note: Applicants must … Read More

Learn about new technologies and sequencing services in the Integrated Genomics Lab Cores

Join Bob Searles, Massively Parallel Sequencing Shared Resource, and Chris Harrington, Gene Profiling/RNA and DNA Services Shared Resources, who will discuss new genomics technologies available in the cores. Among the new services to be discussed: RNA-seq from FFPE tissue, miRNA sequencing, high throughput DNA and RNA extraction, cell-line authentication, and single cell RNA-seq. All members of the OHSU community are invited to attend.  The Integrated Genomics Lab cores are members of the OHSU University Shared Resources Program. Thursday, … Read More

5th Annual Elemental Analysis Core Open House, May 16

Have you ever wondered what elements are really in your vitamins and supplements? Or if you have hard or soft water? The Ralle Lab invites OHSU students, staff and faculty–as well as the general public–to bring samples of tap water, vitamins, and food for testing during its annual open house. Elemental Analysis Core Open House Friday, May 16 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Medical Research Building room 625 Researchers in the Ralle lab determine elemental concentrations … Read More

Andrew Nickerson wins January DNA Services Template Quality Challenge

Each month, the DNA Services Core Facility analyzes the DNA sequencing metadata (read length, quality scores, etc) and gives $54 worth of sequencing credit to the “winner” of the Template Quality Challenge. October’s winner is Anderw Nickerson of the Nan Lab (Biomedical Engineering) for “best plasmid template” with a contiguous read length of 1117 with 971 high quality (>Q20) bases. Congratulations, Andrew! In January, DNA Services sequenced ~1500 templates, including fosmids, BACs or large plasmids, PCR … Read More

DNA Services names Beck Lazelle winner of the Oct. Template Quality Challenge

Each month, the DNA Services Core Facility analyzes the DNA sequencing metadata (read length, quality scores, etc) and gives $54 worth of sequencing credit to the “winner” of the Template Quality Challenge. October’s winner is Beck Lazelle of the Thayer Lab (Biochemistry & Molec. Biology) for “best plasmid template” with a contiguous read length of 1189 with 1017 high quality (>Q20) bases. Congratulations Beck! In October, DNA services sequenced ~2738 templates, including fosmids, BACs or large plasmids, PCR … Read More

Reminder: Follow-up meeting on OHSU Transgenic Mouse Core, Nov. 5

The following is an invitation from David Dawson, Ph.D., chair of the Transgenic Mouse Core Oversight Committee, to attend a follow-up discussion about transgenic mouse models at OHSU on November 5 at 4 p.m. in the OHSU Auditorium. You are encouraged to attend whether you use or plan to use mice provided by the OHSU transgenic facility, or by other external suppliers. Dear Colleagues, We are in the process of finalizing a nearly year-long review … 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

Town Hall: Transgenic Mouse Models at OHSU, July 12

Do you use mouse models for your research? Please join us on Thursday, July 12, 2012 from 12 to 1 p.m. in Mac Hall 2201 for a town hall on the future of transgenic mouse models on OHSU’s campus. You are encouraged to attend whether you use or plan to use mice provided by the OHSU transgenic facility, or by other external suppliers. The Office of the Vice President for Research relies on your opinion … Read More

Reminder: 3rd annual metal ion core open house, June 29

Have you ever wanted to know what’s really in the water you drink, or what sorts of elements are in the produce you get from the store? Well here’s your chance: Back by popular demand, it’s the Third Annual Metal Ion Core Open House! The Ralle Lab has invited  OHSU students, staff and faculty–as well as the general public–to bring in their samples from home to be tested for ‘hardness’ and for the presence of heavy metals, … Read More

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