Biolibrary Search Engine
The Biolibrary Search Engine is a user-friendly, online search tool that allows OHSU researchers to search for suitable biospecimen samples without having to know (or reveal) protected patient information.
OHSU researchers do not have to have IRB approval to access the Search Engine. OHSU researchers are required to have completed HIPAA and Responsible Conduct of Research training (two modules: 'For All Researchers' and 'Involving Human Subjects') in order to utilize the search capability.
- Go to the Biolibrary Search Engine.
You must be connected to the OHSU network.
You must be on the OHSU network to use the Biolibrary Search Engine.
- The Search Engine is available from computers that are on the OHSU network or connected to the network through VPN or WTS.
- WTS users should access the Search Engine through Internet Explorer.
- Learn more about remote access options at OHSU.
Interested in learning more about the OHSU Biolibrary? Having trouble logging in to the Search Engine?Contact the OCTRI Research Navigator Program at firstname.lastname@example.org or (503) 418-9790.