Yali Jia, Ph.D.

Yali Jia receives 2019 ARVO award for translational eye research

Yali Jia, Ph.D., codeveloped an algorithm that enables a highly efficient, non-invasive eye imaging technology called optical coherence tomographic angiography, or OCTA. In recognition of this and...

Kalisa Bonds

African Americans and dementia: Culturally informed research

African Americans have a greater risk of dementia than white and non-white Hispanic populations, yet the bulk of dementia research has not explicitly examined African Americans or the heterogeneity...

BioData Club

Better biodata with ontologies and linked data workshop

Have you ever wondered… What an ontology is and why anyone would use one? Who's using ontologies and how are they using them? How ontologies are created and maintained? How to use an...

Two-step login with Duo

Login changes coming to Box, Compass, Qualtrics and more, Feb. 12

Starting Feb. 12, the Duo Mobile app will be required when logging in to Shibboleth-enabled tools from outside the OHSU network. If you've been using Duo Mobile, then there is nothing more you need...

Research Administration Training and Education: February 2019 classes

Research Administration Training and Education is offering two classes in February 2019. RATE connects research administrators and others working in support of the research mission with a variety of...

Xiaolin Nan (OHSU) and Ramesh Jasti (UO) discuss their joint research project.

OHSU and UO announce 2019-2020 Collaborative Seed Project RFA

The OHSU and University of Oregon Collaborative Seed Project has issued a Request for Applications. This is the second Collaborative Seed Project round of funding. Pictured above, current piloting...

Military Health Systems Research Symposium abstracts due Mar. 15

The Military Health Systems Research Symposium (MHSRS) is the Department of Defense’s premier scientific meeting.  It provides a collaborative environment for military medical care providers with...

NIH Shared Instrumentation Grants, internal deadline Mar. 15, 2019

The Shared Instrumentation Grant Program (S10) provides groups of NIH-supported investigators funds to purchase or upgrade shared equipment costing $50,000 to $600,000. Types of instruments...