OHSU Research Week 2023, May 1 – 5; abstracts due Monday, March 27

Research Week 2018 opening reception

OHSU Research Week is back and, for the first time since the pandemic began, so too are the live reception and poster session. This year’s event, which will take place May 1 – 5, will include both in-person and virtual offerings.

Joni Rutter, Ph.D., director of the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences at the NIH, will deliver the keynote. (NCATS)

OHSU Research Week is an annual university-wide event that celebrates research performed by students, faculty, postdocs, and staff across all schools, centers, institutes and education programs.

This is an opportunity for trainees, faculty, research-ranked employees and other OHSU researchers to gain experience presenting their work and share ideas with colleagues and potential collaborators, and generally strengthen the research community.

For the entire OHSU community, this is an opportunity to see some of the new and exciting work underway in the research mission.

As in recent years, Research Week will include days focused on Clinical Research (Wednesday) and Innovation (Thursday). This year, Research Week features the Northwest Women’s Health Research Conference on Friday.

Research Week details are still emerging — watch this space and the Research Week website for updates!

Submit your abstract by Monday, March 27.