New NIH policy on Certificates of Confidentiality

On Sep. 7, 2017, the National Institutes of Health issued a notice of changes for their policy regarding the issuing of Certificates of Confidentiality (CoC). This change comes as a result of the...

Recognizing OHSU innovation at the 2018 TTBD Awards ceremony, Feb. 8

The annual Technology Transfer and Business Development awards ceremony recognizes OHSU community members who have contributed in the areas of innovation, entrepreneurship, industry partnership,...

NIH under continuing resolution: What does it mean to you?

The NIH released a notice on December 19 indicating that all Department of Health and Human Services agencies will be acting under a continuing resolution through Jan. 19, 2018. (Note that Congress...

Coming Changes to NIH Clinical Trials and How They Affect Your Research

Beginning in 2018, NIH is changing the definition of a clinical trial—expanding it beyond its current scope. If you work with human subjects, your research may be affected, including the indirect...

Three researchers receive 2018 Biomedical Innovation Program awards

The Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Institute and Technology Transfer and Business Development have awarded three grants to investigators through the Biomedical Innovation Program. The...

New RATE online learning: Brief, convenient, informative

Classroom training is still available but now there’s a more convenient way to launch into learning about select research administration topics from Research Administration Training and...

Three questions for Alejandro Aballay

Alejandro Aballay, Ph.D., joined OHSU as chair of the Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology in September 2017. He came to OHSU from Duke University Medical Center, where he was...