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OCTRI Receives $37 Million CTSA Renewal Grant

We are pleased to announce that the National Institutes of Health has named OHSU’s Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Institute a recipient of 2017 Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) grant. OCTRI was an original recipient of the program in 2006, and the new award provides more than $37 million in federal funding to support the Institute’s work over the next five years. For further information see the complete story on OHSU's Research News.

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Are You Conducting Human Subjects' Research?

Bookmark the new Clinical Trial Requirements for NIH Grantees and Contractors web page.

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OCTRI Scholar Makes and Impact

Rebecca Spain

Rebecca Spain, M.D., M.S.P.H recently published the results of her OCTRI supported pilot study suggesting the over-the-counter antioxidant lipoic acid may improve the lives of patients suffering from multiple sclerosis. The findings from this randomized double-blind study are being used to design the expanded multi-site clinical trial that will begin later this year. Read more here.

Trial Innovation Network

Are you involved in, or planning, a multi-site clinical trial? The new CTSA Trial Innovation Network may be able to help. Learn more about how OCTRI is available to help with planning and can connect you with the Trial Innovation Network.

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