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Legacy of a Research Grant Proposal

Legacy of a Research Grant Proposal

A retrospective: 10 years of the IRISS study and its impact on public health

It’s no secret that in research one of the most stressful deadlines is for a federal grant submission. Once submitted and hopefully awarded, you begin. Usually, multiple years of research that is an orchestration and dance amongst principle investigators, research administrators and the researchers to complete the research and science…

Cayuse Signs Pivot Reseller Agreement with Ex Libris

Cayuse Signs Pivot Reseller Agreement with Ex Libris

Ex Libris Pivot and Cayuse software will provide customers with a comprehensive solution for managing research funding

Chicago, Illinois and Portland, Oregon — March 27, 2018. Ex Libris®, a ProQuest company, is pleased to announce that Cayuse, a leader in research administration software for universities, hospitals, and research organizations, has signed an agreement to be the Ex Libris North American reseller of the Ex Libris Pivot® funding and collaboration solution.

Dr. Chris Harker and the Story of Cayuse, From 1994 to Today

Dr. Chris Harker and the Story of Cayuse, From 1994 to Today

The Cayuse Research Suite is centered on the Cayuse solutions first developed by Dr. Chris Harker in 1994. At the time Dr. Harker was a medical researcher, faculty member, and Laboratory Director at Oregon Health Sciences University. He wanted to develop an easier way to…

5 Tips for Surviving the Next Big Proposal Deadline

5 Tips for Surviving the Next Big Proposal Deadline

I don’t need to tell you how stressful proposal deadlines can be. Here are five tips to help you make it through: 1. Eat Lunch Let’s face it. It’s a miracle on a normal day to eat lunch away from your desk, let alone out of the office. And, now that you have a...
Tips to Combat Declining NIH Award Success Rates

Tips to Combat Declining NIH Award Success Rates

It’s no secret that NIH proposal acceptance rates have declined significantly since the turn of the century: -14% from 2001 to 2016, to be exact, according to NIH. Additionally, NIH budgets have remained fairly constant, averaging $30.18 billion from 2008-2015 with...