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About Cores

OHSU has an innovative core resources program. At OHSU, University Shared Resources are those that provide services to all OHSU investigators, that have primarily an academic research focus, that have a service center account, and that are subject to oversight by the OHSU Core Oversight Committee, including regular reviews.

Core Presentations - BioMedicine in 4D Conference

A number of your cores presented at the 2012 BioMedicine in 4D conference.  Please click on the core name below to view the selected presenation.

Advanced Computing CenterPDF Icon

Bioanalytical Shared Resource/ Pharmacokinetics CorePDF Icon

Flow Cytometry Shared ResourcePDF Icon

Gene Microarray Shared ResourcePDF Icon

Transgenic Mouse ModelsPDF Icon

OCTRI announces 2014 Biomedical Innovation Program award recipients

The Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Institute (OCTRI) is pleased to announce the funding of four 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 and OHSU … Read More
 

iLab Solutions rollout begins July 28 for core resource scheduling and billing

In June, we told you about an upcoming change in the way you interface with core resources at OHSU. Over the next few weeks, OHSU will begin rolling out iLab Solutions, a web-based tool to help manage scheduling and billing for core research resources. iLab Solutions will replace the current Core Ordering and Reporting Enterprise System (CORES). The rollout will happen in phases, with Flow Cytometry, Advanced Light Microscopy, and Massively Parallel Sequencing transitioning to the new system first. … Read More
 

iLab Solutions to replace CORES billing and reservation system

Do you use cores or shared resources for your research? Or help coordinate billing for a PI who does? Over the next few months, there will be a change in how you interface with cores at OHSU. On Aug. 1, OHSU will launch iLab Solutions, a new web-based tool to help manage shared resource billing and scheduling. iLab Solutions will replace the current Core Ordering and Reporting Enterprise System, also referred to as “CORES.” The iLab system will be rolled … Read More
 

5th Annual Elemental Analysis Core Open House, May 16

Have you ever wondered what elements are really in your vitamins and supplements? Or if you have hard or soft water? The Ralle Lab invites OHSU students, staff and faculty–as well as the general public–to bring samples of tap water, vitamins, and food for testing during its annual open house. Elemental Analysis Core Open House Friday, May 16 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Medical Research Building room 625 Researchers in the Ralle lab determine elemental concentrations … Read More
 

Andy Chitty elected president of Western Association of Core Directors

Andy Chitty, program manger for University Shared Resources at OHSU, has recently been elected president of the Western Association of Core Directors, the Western U.S. regional group of professionals from research-focused institutions who share an interest in the development, operation and advancement of innovative, cost effective technologies and services in core facilities. The Western Association of Core Directors is a chapter of the Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities. Under Andy’s leadership, the Association will continue to play a … Read More
 

NIH Shared Instrumentation Grant, internal applications due Feb. 7

The Shared Instrument Grant Program (S10) provides groups of NIH-supported investigators funds to purchase or upgrade a single item of expensive, specialized, commercially available instrumentation or an integrated system that costs at least $100,000. Types of instruments supported include confocal and electron microscopes, biomedical imagers, mass spectrometers, DNA sequencers, biosensors, cell-sorters, X-ray diffraction systems, and NMR spectrometers among others. There is no limit on the number of applications an institution may submit provided the applications … Read More