OCTRI information session: Updates from the CTSA

If you are interested in training programs, regulatory expertise, and other resources needed to conduct translational research, we encourage you to attend this session to learn more about the services and programs offered by the Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Institute at OHSU. OCTRI recently received a renewed Clinical and Translational Science Award and this session will provide information on continuing and new OCTRI services, and changes and opportunities you can expect to see.
OHSU

OCTRI information and Q&A session
School of Nursing, room 107
Thursday, Oct. 19, noon to 1 p.m.

The OCTRI team will present information on the range of services available.

  • Funding awards, research education, clinical research space and regulatory knowledge
  • Grant proposal development
  • Clinical research development
  • Informatics, including Epic for research and REDCap
  • Recruitment, including resources and electronic data
  • A collaborative national network for all aspects of clinical trial planning and execution
  • Clinical and translational inpatient/outpatient research center with assets ranging from labs to study coordinators

OCTRI recently received a renewed Clinical and Translational Science Award from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences. The session will provide information on continuing and new OCTRI services, and changes and opportunities you can expect to see at OCTRI.

Presenters: David Ellison, director; Cindy Morris, co-director; Rob Schuff, informatics director; and Kitt Swartz, Trial Innovation Network liaison. Get all of your questions answered.