Posts Tagged ‘training’

OCTRI announces Oregon Student Learn and Experience Research awardees

The Oregon Students Learn and Experience Research (OSLER) program, within the Oregon Center for Clinical and Translational Research Institute (OCTRI), is pleased to announce the recipients of an NIH supported TL1 training award, AHRQ T32 training award, and Summer OCTRI Student awards. This program supports early research experience for pre-doctoral medical, dental, graduate nursing, basic science, bioengineering, and pharmacy students, enhancing the pipeline of OHSU health professionals interested in clinical and translational research. These students … Read More

Effort Reporting and Salary Cap Classes at West Campus

Enrollment is now open for “Effort Reporting” and “DHHS Salary Cap” at West Campus on Tuesday, March 6. Attendees of Effort Reporting will gain a detailed understanding of why and how we maintain this important process. The “nuts and bolts” guide to the DHHS Salary Cap course covers the history and regulations, including the December 2011 changes, and translates those into practical applications, specifically pertaining to salary distribution, cost sharing and certifying effort. More information about these … Read More

Brown Bag Session: Minimal Risk Research, Feb. 23

Please join us for February’s IRB Analyst Brown Bag Session on minimal risk research. Analysts Melinda Allie and Stacie Fujisaki will be covering the following topics: Minimal risk, or expedited, research Exempt research Non-human subjects research Anonymous, coded, and identifiable data Basic submission requirements When: Thursday, February 23 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Where: MacDonald Auditorium at Casey Eye Institute Bring your lunch and questions about this topic! Please contact Ames Elliot if you … Read More

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