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Search for information about starting your research project, finding resources to help you complete it, where to look for new technologies, and more.
Explore research expertise at OHSU
See who does what at OHSU and who they work with, here and across the world.
Visit the OHSU Experts portal, a searchable database that allows you to explore the research expertise of individual investigators, OHSU’s schools, institutes, centers, and departments, as well as collaboration networks within OHSU and with external scholars.
Find research resources for COVID-19
If you are an OHSU researcher looking for Return to Research plans, information about Research Town Halls, guidance on research levels, advice about grant budgeting during COVID-19 or similar questions, be sure to check out the vast array of information on the COVID-19 Research Resources page (log-in required). Still not finding what you're looking for? Write us.
OHSU researchers transform science every day with their discoveries. Whether it is in the lab, the clinic, the community, or the larger world, our work is challenging the status quo to improve health for all Oregonians and beyond.
How do we do it? By working together across disciplines and with partners all over the world. OHSU is renowned for both its collaborative culture and its freedom to innovate. Our resources and culture provide the nidus for ambitious experimentation, leading to major discoveries in neuroscience, cancer biology and treatment, infectious disease, and beyond.
Each week, OHSU Research Development compiles a list of funding opportunities from internal, government, and private philanthropic sponsors. It’s published on Thursdays.
Medical Research Foundation
The Medical Research Foundation has a new website! Find all the info you need about MRF awards and grants there.
OHSU transitioned to modified operations on March 23, 2020.
OHSU public resources are available on the OHSU Coronavirus Resource page.
More access to specialized research facilities
OHSU is one of five universities to join a new reciprocal rate agreement that makes it easier for scientists to share specialized research cores at OHSU, the University of Oregon, Oregon State University, Portland State University, and Oregon Tech.