Posts Tagged ‘translational research’

V Foundation cancer research funding, internal deadlines May 17 & 24

The V Foundation for Cancer Research has invited OHSU to submit applications for two of their research programs this cycle: The V Foundation Translational Myelodysplastic Syndromes Research Project Offers up to $400,000 over two years in support of a translational research project on Myelodysplastic Syndromes as it relates to people with or at risk for cancer. Deadlines Internal deadline: May 17, 2013 Letter of Intent: May 31, 2013 Full application (by invitation only): June 19, … Read More

V Foundation cancer research funding, internal deadline April 5

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. Collaboration of investigators from both the lab and clinic is required. Project teams must have a minimum of two scientists from the same facility and the team must possess basic and clinical research expertise. One application is permitted … Read More

OCTRI announces round two Catalyst Pilot Project award recipients

The Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Institute (OCTRI) has just funded four research awards in the second round of its Catalyst Pilot Projects Program. The program is designed to launch multidisciplinary studies to further translational research and the awards support the collection of data essential to launch compelling applications for sustained national research funding. The funding was available through support from the NIH, the School of Medicine and the Office of the Vice President of … Read More

OCTRI Catalyst Awards, letters of intent due April 22

The Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Institute (OCTRI) is now accepting letters of intent for its Catalyst Awards, which facilitate novel, collaborative, multidisciplinary studies that will lead to further research and funding in translational research. This funding mechanism is offered in close collaboration with the School of Medicine Research Roadmap but is open to all OHSU faculty. OCTRI will award up to $100,000 for as many as five awardees ($400,000 total). This funding is specifically intended to … Read More

Internal mechanism to strengthen clinical and translational projects

The Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute (OCTRI) is offering a unique opportunity for investigators to apply for research funding. Strategic Investment Funding supports OHSU faculty members by providing small amounts of funds (up to $20,000) that can provide a critical difference for their clinical or translational research. This funding is specifically intended to provide crucial support for a project that is close to achieving independent funding. It is meant to allow the project to … Read More

Unique opportunity to collaborate with NIH scientists on translational projects

Updated 12/5/12: Opportunities for Collaborative Research at the NIH Clinical Center (U01) has been released. This fall, the NIH will be issuing a request for proposals from teams of extramural (non-NIH) and internal NIH investigators to conduct collaborative translational research projects. To facilitate collaborations between basic scientists and clinical investigators, NIH has created a website that includes a searchable database of intramural investigators, as was as information about resources available at the NIH Clinical Center. … Read More

Pilot project funding for biomedical commercialization, LOIs due Nov. 1

The Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Institute (OCTRI) is now accepting letters of intent to apply for Biomedical Innovation Program funding. The purpose of this funding opportunity is to accelerate the delivery of healthcare technologies from academia to the marketplace, thereby improving health care. This funding mechanism is offered in close collaboration with the School of Medicine Research Roadmap but is open to all OHSU faculty. All applicants are strongly encouraged to take advantage of … Read More

Pilot funding for translational research, letters of intent due Oct. 3

The Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Institute (OCTRI) is accepting letters of intent–due October 3–to apply for pilot  funding for projects that  enhance translational research at OHSU. This funding mechanism is offered in close collaboration with the School of Medicine Research Roadmap, but is open to all OHSU faculty. OCTRI will award up to 5 awardees up to $100,000 over one year to facilitate novel, collaborative, multidisciplinary studies that will lead to further research and funding in … Read More

$125 million gift from Phil and Penny Knight to support cardiovascular research at OHSU

This afternoon, OHSU announced a $125 million gift from Nike co-founder and Chairman Phil Knight and his wife Penny that will establish a new cardiovascular institute at OHSU. This is the Knights’ second landmark gift to OHSU–in 2008 they gave $100 million to fund the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute–and the largest in OHSU history. Under the leadership of Albert Starr, M.D., co-inventor of the world’s first successful heart valve, and Sanjiv Kaul, M.D., an innovator … Read More

New partnership between OHSU and The Vancouver Clinic

OHSU’s Clinical and Translational Research Institute (OCTRI) and The Vancouver Clinic, are pleased to announce collaboration between the two institutions to facilitate research studies.  The collaboration is intended to enhance the ability to perform clinical research activities supported by a variety of funding sources (e.g., NIH, industry). Processes at both institutions, including IRB review, access to costing information, and access to patients for recruitment, have been streamlined to allow efficient access better serve to patient’s … Read More

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