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Research Events

Research Events

Upcoming conferences, workshops, seminars, events or other funding related dates.

- webinar
Faculty, Industry and Innovation, AI, Machine Learning

This information session is for potential proposers who are interested in learning about a new NSF funding opportunity called Privacy-preserving Data Sharing in Practice (PDaSP). The PDaSP program will support use-inspired and translational research projects focused on developing and deploying practical solutions that enable sharing and/or using data in a privacy-preserving manner. This information session will overview the PDaSP solicitation and the attendees will have an opportunity to engage in a Q&A session with the PDaSP program directors and partners.

- Zoom
Faculty, Postdocs, Graduate Students, AI, Machine Learning

The OSU CQLS is hosting a free​ workshop on REDCAP (Research Electronic Data Capture). REDCap is a survey and data management tool for secure personal health/identifying information research at OSU. Learn how to build data collection instruments, collect and view data, stats and charts and export data; configure longitudinally to reuse data collection elements to more easily analyze data changes over time; safely make changes to your database without disrupting existing data. No prior experience is necessary! If interested register here.

- Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR
Faculty, Postdocs, Graduate Students

The OHSU Center for Developmental Health is hosting its third annual DOHaD Summer Course for graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and early-career faculty. The course will emphasize career development. Participants will be paired with a faculty mentor throughout the course, and daily workshops will focus on different career development skills. A poster session of participants’ research will be attended and judged by speakers and faculty. Participants will also be divided into groups to create an Experimental Design group presentation. We encourage you to register soon! Visit our website to view the initial schedule and stay updated on additional speakers and a more detailed agenda.

- webinar
Faculty, Postdocs, BioHealth

The workshop objectives are to: provide an overview of the American Cancer Society funded grants and research; provide 'insider tips' for a successful application process; understand how grants are evaluated; understand success rates in future funding; find online resources.

- Webinar
Faculty

NSF is seeking nominations for exceptional candidates that represent the diversity of the U.S. Nominations for the Alan T Waterman Award will be accepted from July 22 – September 20, 2024.We will be holding an informational webinar so you can learn how to nominate someone for this prestigious award.When: August 14, 2024 at 2:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)