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Title: Welcome to

Welcome toRAIN
  • (the meeting formerly known as SPIN)

Presented by the folks in RDA, with todays
emcee, Deborah Golden-Eppelein
Date January 19, 2012
Deborah Golden-Eppelein
  • Intros
  • Updates timely information from the units
  • RFDS
  • CTO
  • RGC
  • SPA
  • RATE
  • ORIO
  • Guest
  • Office of the VPR
  • TTBD
  • CRBO
  • Research HR
  • Q A

  • RFDS
  • Research Funding and Development Services

RFDS Research Funding and Development Services
Katie Wilkes
  • Introducing
  • Laura Blaney, Administrative Coordinator
  • for Research Funding Development Services

  • CTO
  • Clinical Trials Office
  • Investigator Support Integration Services (ISIS)

ISIS OCTRI Investigator Support Integration
Darlene Kitterman
  • Clinical Research Management System (CRMS) Brown
  • Save the date! February 10, 2012, 12 1 pm, Mac
    Hall 1162
  • Roll-out timeline
  • Announce new name and naming contest winner
  • System demonstration

  • RGC
  • Research Grants and Contracts

RGC OHSU Research Grants Contracts
Deborah Golden-Eppelein
  • Salary Cap Update
  • Through legislation signed by the President on
    12/23/11, the salary cap has been reduced to
    179,700 effective 12/23/11. 
  • NIH, AHRQ and SAMSHA are under the salary cap.
  • For all awards including non-competings, issued
    10/1/11 through 12/22/11, the old salary cap
    remains in place.
  • New applications and non-competing progress
    reports requiring budgets should use the new cap
    of 179,700.
  • NIH anticipates that all awards will be reduced
    in fiscal year 2013 to the (a) lower cap.

RGC OHSU Research Grants Contracts
Deborah Golden-Eppelein
  • ARRA Update
  • Office of Management and Budget has issued new
    guidance requiring that all ARRA funds must be
    expended by 9/30/13. NIH and NSF have issued
    updates and will not approve no cost extensions
    past 2013.
  • Revised award notices with this change in terms
    and conditions will be forthcoming.

RGC OHSU Research Grants Contracts
Kellie Guentert
  • Submitting Tracking Administrative Supplement
    Requests Electronically
  • As you may be aware, NIH is piloting two programs
    for the electronic submission of administrative
    supplement (non-competing Type 3) requests, one
    through a "streamlined system" in the eRA Commons
    and one through Grants.gov for the benefit of
    researchers at system-to-system institutions. The
    open pilot programs will begin on February 1,
    2012 (See NIH Guide Notice NOT-OD-12-024).

  • SPA
  • Sponsored Projects Administration

SPA OHSU Sponsored Projects Administration
James Trotter
  • TTBD Post-Award Account Redistribution
  • All TTBD accounts will be redistributed amongst
    the analyst group effective February 1st.  This
    means that your normal SPA analyst will now
    handle the TTBD accounts as well. 
  • http//www.ohsu.edu/xd/research/administration/spo

SPA OHSU Sponsored Projects Administration
James Trotter
  • OHSU/AFSCME Merit Based Pay
  • Pilot Project
  • SPA is participating in the Merit Based Pay pilot
    project.  There will be a brief survey sent to
    all ADFM, PDFM, CRCs and post award contacts for
    feedback on all of the SPA analysts. 

SPA OHSU Sponsored Projects Administration
James Trotter
  • Staffing Update
  • Nancy Duncan is the new SPA Education Coordinator

SPA OHSU Sponsored Projects Administration
James Trotter
  • GR Expenditure Type Clarification
  • The expenditure type GR-Parking is for IBS use
    only from the Parking service center.  The
    correct expenditure type to use is either
    GR-Travel-Domestic or GR-Miscellaneous Fees Svc
    for AP use. 

  • RATE
  • Research Administration Training Education

RATE Research Administration Training
Margaret Gardner
  • Upcoming Courses!
  • Department Effort Coordinator (DEC) Training
  • January 24, 2012 Marquam Hill
  • RDA 101 Introduction to Research Administration
  • February 2, 2012 Bancroft Building, South
  • Registration Details on the RATE webpage
  • http//www.ohsu.edu/xd/research/administration/rat

  • ORIO
  • OHSU Research Integrity Office

CoIR OHSU Research Integrity Office
Kara Drolet, PhD
  • Conflict of Interest in Research Regulations
  • http//www.ohsu.edu/xd/research/about/integrity/co

  • Guest
  • Service Excellence Team

Service Excellence Team
Rachel Borsch, Bernie Delaney, Wencesley Paez
Angela Weaver
  • Service Excellence Reward Recognition
  • ROSE Program Overview

ROSE history
  • Red ROSE - 1992

Golden ROSE - 2008
Service Excellence Reward Recognition Team
The mission of the Service Excellence Reward and
Recognition Team is to identify and execute
initiatives that will align service and
operational excellence across all missions at
  • Alan Lines, (chair), Emergency Medicine
  • Karen Alexander, Clinical Informatics
  • Mike Bonazzola, Faculty Practice Plan
  • Rachel Borsch, Research Administration
  • Jason Christensen, Ambulatory Pharmacy
  • Bernardine Delaney, Service Excellence
  • Christine Flores, School of Medicine
  • Gabe Flores, Service Excellence
  • Meredith Jordan, Health System Marketing
  • Tracy Lawson, Obstetrics Gynecology
  • Jami Momberger, Service Excellence
  • Maureen Moncada, School of Nursing
  • Peggy ONeill, Family Medicine
  • Wencesley Paez, Surgery
  • Yen Pham, Inpatient Pharmacy
  • Jamie Schaub, Facilities and Logistics
  • Debi Stabler, Anesthesiology
  • Sue Thompson, Parking
  • Trina Timbreza, Volunteer Services
  • Angela Weaver, CDRC

Thank you!
Lisa has been wonderful in getting our requests
fulfilled in timely manner. She is always
wonderful to talk to, and very friendly.
Definitely a very responsible worker and on top
of everything. With her help, our lab functions
much more efficient.
Daniel has always been willing to help above and
beyond his job. We had some animal care hit an
account that put it into deficit. Daniel went to
the trouble to cancel an invoice and re charge it
to the correct account. He has always been there
to help if something goes wrong. He could of told
me I needed to do an adjustment form to move it.
It is so nice to have someone like Daniel in a
department you work with.
Golden ROSE Award nomination
  • Irina has been enormously helpful to me (and by
    extension, my lab), for many months. I joined my
    lab in September. Much of the work I do is in
    molecular biology. Members of my lab focus on
    other areas, so they are not able to help me when
    I am stuck. Irina has unselfishly offered her
    time and shared her expertise. She's has gone
    through my data notebooks to help me comprehend
    and interpret my results when I have been
    uncertain. She has taken the time to help me
    understand things backwards and forwards.
    Moreover, she has helped me to learn to design
    primers and to place orders for oligo synthesis
    and sequencing from the research core here at
    OHSU. When I receive the results from the core,
    she has assisted me in the complex sequence
    analysis with the data generated. She has taken
    the time to show me how to use the software
    available for this purpose. All of this and this
    woman is not even in my lab! She does not benefit
    in anyway from helping me! She is a senior
    scientist with a Ph.D. and a staff of her own. I
    am a research assistant with my bachelor's
    degree, working for someone else. She has proven
    to be the most wonderful surprise here at CROET.
    In a world where you hear so much about
    self-involved scientists, pushing their own
    self-serving agendas, it is so nice to find a
    wonderful person so giving of her time and
    resources. I think she is an excellent example of
    how awesome OHSU can be.

Five Pillars of Excellence
Volunteering to stay late to help a co-worker
perform her first organ procurement
Taking the time to speak with a patient who was
facing surgery to amputate his leg.
Personally picking up bone marrow sample, and
finding a cytogenetic diagnosis for critically
ill infant
Finding grant opportunity and spearheaded
application process that resulted in obtaining
Processing required documents that saved OHSU
Pathways to Recognition
Thank You card submitted
GRA nomination submitted
Meets Criteria
Forwarded to the manager/ supervisor
Reviewed and ranked by SERRT
Posted on the ozone Gifts of Gratitude
Ranked top 5
Awarded Red ROSE
Awarded Golden ROSE
Golden ROSE Award Monthly ceremony
Next ceremony, Wednesday, January 25th
  • All OHSU faculty and staff are invited to attend
  • When4th Wednesday of the month
  • Where BICC Gallery
  • Time noon-100pm

Presidents Award
  • Presidents Award recipients
  • Sylvia Jung (2011)
  • Dr. Hugo Richardson (2010)
  • Lynne Hill (2009)

Nominate today!
Phone 503-494-0123
Nomination form
Thank you!
  • Questions? Comments?
  • For more information please contact
  • Rachel Borsch
  • 4-0091, borschr_at_ohsu.edu
  • Alan Lines
  • 4-4322, linesa_at_ohsu.edu
  • Bernie Delaney
  • 8-8397, delaneyb_at_ohsu.edu

Wrap Up
  • Q A
  • Next Meeting
  • February 16, 2012 930 AM
  • Send agenda item requests to rain_at_ohsu.edu
  • Or use the feedback form at
  • http//www.ohsu.edu/xd/research/administration/rai
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