To enhance the efficiency and quality of rigorously translating research ideas into impact.
A catalyst for your translational research
We are the Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute. You’ll come to know us as OCTRI, pronounced “oak tree” (\ ˈōk - trē \). If you’re an investigator, regional partner or member of a study team, we’re here to support you in the critical stages of clinical and translational research.
No matter where you are in the process, we can help you remove barriers, apply best practices and translate biomedical advances into treatments.
***COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding***
OCTRI Biomedical Innovation Program (BIP) releasing rapid response RFA
In partnership with OHSU Technology Transfer and OHSU Collaborations and Entrepreneurship, OCTRI is accepting proposals for basic or clinical research across the translational spectrum that directly addresses COVID-19 from all disciplines.
Projects that can begin quickly and have a clear path to market will be given priority.
Application deadline is April 23, 2020.
Resources for Coronavirus
OHSU is working on all fronts to protect patients, the community and OHSU employees from COVID-19. We are working with local and state public health officials to coordinate a regional response, both for health care and ongoing clinical research.
Stories of impact - listen to OCTRI podcasts
Rooted In Oregon, Episode 1: Meet our directors
OCTRI’s Director, Dr. David Ellison, and Senior Associate Director, Dr. Cynthia Morris, explain what OCTRI is and which services we provide to clinical and translational investigators.
Rooted In Oregon, Episode 2: Meet Dr. Rebecca Spain
Dr. Spain is a neurologist at OHSU who has utilized multiple OCTRI resources and services to advance her collaborative research on multiple sclerosis.
See more events on the OCTRI Events page.