Posts Tagged ‘translational research’

Internal funding opportunities with upcoming deadlines

Translational cancer early detection pilot funding – New The Knight Cancer Institute has created a new pilot project funding mechanism for OHSU investigators. The Cancer Early Detection and Research (CEDAR) Center Seed Grant Program aims to cultivate outstanding translational early cancer detection research, and assist in the generation of preliminary data leading to national funding. CEDAR supports technological, basic biology, or population-based research focused on early cancer detection. Funding is available for five awards of up to … Read More

V Foundation cancer research funding, internal deadline March 1

The V Foundation for Cancer Research – Translational Awards provide up to $200,000 per year for three years to fund projects that intend to develop novel, translational approaches to the prevention, detection and treatment of human cancer. Translational projects should move a novel strategy from the laboratory into a human clinical trial or use specimens from a clinical trial to develop biomarkers or mechanisms. All nominated applicants must be tenure-track faculty leading a Translational Award research team. Two applications … Read More

Who’s new at OHSU? Nathalie Pamir, Ph.D.

Nathalie Pamir, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the School of Medicine, Knight Cardiovascular Institute (KCVI), where she focuses on preventive cardiology. Where are you from originally? I’m from a Russian family but I was born in Turkey and spent my childhood there. I then went through the French school system and returned to Turkey to get my undergraduate degree. From there I moved to Vancouver, B.C., where I earned my master’s degree at the … Read More

Available pilot project funding for catalyzing translational research

The Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Institute (OCTRI) is currently accepting applications for the Catalyst Award, a pilot project program designed to enhance translational research at OHSU. The Catalyst Award is offered in collaboration with the School of Medicine’s Research Roadmap and the Office of the Senior Vice President for Research. This year, catalyst funds will support the efforts of investigators to develop and disseminate consequential, novel research methodology. The development of new methodologies is … Read More

OCTRI Design Studio: Get feedback on your project from senior faculty

Are you submitting a career development K award? Or your first R01? A similar major grant? The Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute has an opportunity for basic and clinical scientists to present their research and get constructive feedback from OHSU scientists to improve their chances of success. The OCTRI Design Studio has helped many OHSU researchers improve their aims and identify important areas of improvement before submitting awards. The Design Studio has openings at … Read More

TTBD industry spotlight: Welch Allyn engineering rounds

Updated on 9/15 to reflect the origins of the program. The Welch Allyn-OHSU engineering rounds is a new platform at OHSU that allows medical equipment design engineers the chance to engage with doctors and patients. The long-term goal of this platform is to translate medical needs into focused innovations and eventually products. This platform was designed to allow both parties to utilize their respective expertise. OHSU offers the clinical expertise necessary to identify patient care … Read More

OCTRI Research Forum: Turning a proposal into a protocol, May 28

Join the Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute, OCTRI, in a monthly research forum that addresses all things clinical and translational research. Don’t miss May’s topic: Turning a proposal into a protocol Research proposal vs. a study protocol- what’s the difference?  Learn how to fine tune your research proposal and prepare a protocol ready to implement. Mary Samuels from the Clinical & Translational Research Center, and Bridget Adams, Investigator Support and Integration Services, will lead … Read More

OCTRI Research Forum: Special populations in research, Apr. 28

Join the Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute, OCTRI, in a monthly research forum that addresses all things clinical and translational research. Don’t miss April’s topic: Including special populations in your research Panel experts will discuss inclusiveness in recruiting participants for studies, including pediatric and geriatric populations, pregnant women, and persons with disabilities. Come learn about what you need to consider when recruiting from these and other special populations. Mary Samuels from the Clinical & … Read More

OCTRI announces 2015 Biomedical Innovation Program award recipients

The Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Institute (OCTRI) is pleased to announce the funding of three research awards through its Biomedical Innovation Program. The program cultivates and selects promising translational projects that develop new biomedical devices, diagnostics, and software. Via commercialization from academia to the marketplace, the objective is to move innovative technologies to clinical application, and thus to make a meaningful impact on human health. The Biomedical Innovation Program is a collaboration between OCTRI … Read More

Catalyst Award applications due Mar. 31

Applications for the Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Institute (OCTRI) Catalyst Awards are due Mar. 31, 2015. This pilot project funding is designed to facilitate novel, collaborative, multidisciplinary studies that will lead to further research and funding in translational research. Catalyst awardee spotlight 2014 Garet Lahvis, Ph.D. “Oregon Animation Test for Social Reciprocity” Garet Lahvis, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Behavioral Neuroscience at OHSU. Dr. Lahvis’s research has focused on the development of objective assessments … Read More

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