Research Week 2021 begins Monday!
More than 180 presentations by your peers and colleagues, 22 sessions, four keynotes, a clinical day, and a day focused on innovation and commercialization — all happening next week, Monday, May 3, to Thursday, May 6. Here are some highlights — check out ohsu.edu/research-week for the full schedule.
Short and lightning talks: Monday and Tuesday
Monday and Tuesday are full of presentations: Short talks are eight minutes with two minutes for questions, and the lightning talks are three minutes plus two minutes for questions. There are 22 sessions broken into broad topics — they’re fast, fun, and a great chance to learn about what your colleagues are researching.
Keynotes: Every day
Monday, May 3, noon: Students’ Choice Keynote
Kelsey Priest, Ph.D., M.P.H., M.D./Ph.D. Student, OHSU
“Striving for just systems”
View the live stream
Content warning: Discussion of addiction, classism, racism, police violence, sexism and gender violence.
Tuesday, May 4, noon: Research Week Keynote
Michael Lauer, M.D., Deputy Director for Extramural Research, NIH
“NIH perspectives on extramural research 2021”
Join the meeting (password: nSAMk3pQS76)
Wednesday, May 5, noon: Brain Awareness Lecture
Kelly Monk, Ph.D., co-director and professor, Vollum Institute, OHSU
“Zebrafish and the secret to brain development”
Register to receive the live-stream link.
Thursday, May 6, 10 a.m.: Innovation and Commercialization Keynote
Innovation and Commercialization Day: Thursday
A Researcher’s Guide to Partnering with Industry
OHSU faculty and our partners share what it takes to build successful industry partnerships.
OHSU Innovation Showcase
OHSU technologies take center stage in a pitch-style presentation forum.
OHSU Startup Company Showcase
Four OHSU startup companies share their stories about bringing medical technologies to the clinics.
Clinical Research Day is Wednesday.
Special Library lecture is on Thursday: “From the wards to the archives: Studying 20th-century struggles for medical authority.”
Neurology Research Day on Thursday includes eight presentations; basic and clinical science; three awards.