Research activities are divided into seven scientific cores and one administrative core. Each core contributes to different areas of science and research.
- Surgical Models & Behavior
- Cell Culture
- Clinical Research
The administrative core oversees the budget, the grants submission process, and the office and management for the APOM research team.
APOM Laboratory Research Team
- Affiliated Faculty
- Postdoctoral Fellows
- Graduate Students
- Research Associates and Assistants
APOM Clinical Research Team
APOM Research Division Administration Team
Linda Clark; Grants and Contracts Coordinator
Linda Clark has 12 years' experience working with administration staff at OHSU. She formerly served as part time program coordinator for the Oregon Office of Rural Health where she was responsible for pre- and post-award grant services and compliance for the State & Federal student loan repayment programs. She joined APOM Office of Research on a temporary status in February of 2012 but maybe familiar to some as Linda worked with APOM Quality Improvement from 2006-2008. Linda's role with APOM Research is to assist faculty in grant proposal development and submission. Additionally, Linda will review research contract terms and conditions and prepare subcontracts. When Linda is not at OHSU, Linda is busy with family projects, gardening & volunteering.
Amy Cissell, MS; Research Administrator
Amy Cissell serves as the Research Administrator for Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine. Her responsibilities encompass managing the Division budget, overseeing the pre- and post-award activities, and participating in long-range strategic planning. She joined the research team as Grant Administrator in May 2008, and has been the Research Administrator since early 2013. Amy holds the Bachelor of Arts degree in English from South Dakota State University and received a Master of Science Degree in Applied Information Management from the University of Oregon in 2012. She enjoys running, reading, gardening, and spending time with her husband, son, and friends.
Cassie Dong; Financial Analyst
Cassie worked for Quest Diagnostics for 11-years as senior accountant, as well as a General Ledger Accountant for Portland Public School before coming to APOM as Financial Analyst in March 2012. Her job duties include processing FPP payroll, Accounts Payable and Time keeping. Outside of work, she enjoys hiking, gardening, and cooking.
Heather Hoem; Administrative Coordinator
Heather is the Administrative Coordinator in the Research Division of the Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine. With ten years of experience in executive support, she joined our team in September 2009. She is the principal support for the Vice Chair for Research and also provides support services for the Research Administrator and several members of the research faculty. Her other responsibilities include overseeing the orientation process for new hires and serving as timekeeper for the division.
Heather moved to Portland from Virginia in February 2008. She studied psychology at Lindenwood University in Missouri; she enjoys spending time with her husband, son and two Norwegian Forest cats.
Karl Koenig, Financial Analyst II
Karl joined the APOM team in October 2013 as a financial analyst, who assists with the billing, reporting and costing activities related to the department. Prior to joining OHSU, Karl worked for 25 years at Regency BlueCross BlueShield in a variety of accounting and finance positions. In addtion, he has a Bachelor's degree in Accounting from Oregon State University and is a CPA. Away from work, Karl spends time with his wife and two children and enjoys exercising, as well as working on home improvement projects.
Jennifer Young, BS; Lab Manager
Jennifer Young joined the Research Division of the Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine in 2003. She was promoted Lab Manager in 2012, for our facility at the Hatfield Research Center, one of two molecular laboratories in the department, and continues to be instrumental in the establishment and operation of the laboratory.She has played a principal role in developing experimental standards for protein chemistry and genotyping techniques widely used throughout the Research Division.She has also helped to develop key immunohistochemical techniques for studying post-ischemic processes in vivo.
Before coming to OHSU, Jennifer worked for the United States Geological Survey as a Lead Laboratory Technician studying immune response and predation in juvenile Chinook salmon and sturgeon species in the Columbia River.She received the Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology in 2002 from Washington State University.