OHSU-PSU Strategic Alliance Advisory Committee Implementation Committee Report May. 30, 2012 Vision Statement The OHSU/PSU Strategic Alliance will develop and expand a portfolio of joint academic, administrative, research, philanthropic and economic development activities that deliver on Oregon and Portland’s shared goal of innovation, scholarship and job creation. Through closer programmatic and physical integration, OHSU and PSU will fulfill the region’s ambition for the capabilities of a world class, public research and medical university. 2 Committee Membership Dan Dorsa - VP Research Jeanette Mladenovic - Provost Norwood Knight - Richardson - VP FADM Tim Stout – VP Tech. Transfer & Business Develop. Sarah Nevue – Director of Development Jonathan Fink - VP Research & Strategic Partnerships Roy Koch - Provost & Vice President Monica Rimai - VP FADM Erin Flynn – AVP Strategic Partnerships Francoise Aylmer – VP University Advancement Committee Appointed Staff: David Robinson - Executive Vice Provost - OHSU Dana Director - AVP Research - OHSU Mark Sytsma - AVP Research – PSU Kristin Coppola - AVP University Advancement – PSU Bob Applegate – Staff to the Committee - OHSU Mark Wubbold – Staff to the Committee - PSU 3 Since Our Last Report …We Have… Implemented The Five Strand Approach 5 Made Progress On Taskforce Recommendations Report Released Project Teams Formed Issues Identified Leadership Review Funded and Operational Strategic Alliance Formed Oversight Committees Operational Form New Collaborative School of Public Health Expand Academic and Research Collaborations in CLSB Coordinate Shared Instrumentation & High Performance Computing Develop Wing of University Place as a “Medical Hotel” Establish Joint Faculty Recruiting and Appointment Process Coordinate K-12 Science Education Outreach Efforts Remove Barriers to Additional Collaborations Task Completed Task Begun Economic Development and Philanthropy added to the Alliance Developed A Project Management Site This is a shared Google Site access enabled for all Alliance members. This is where project lists, “road maps,” calendars, etc. are managed by the Alliance. In time, when the Alliance has made significant progress, it may decide to share materials from this site on a mutually branded Alliance website with its own unique domain name. 7 Reports Administration 1. Information Technology 2. Facilities – CLSB 3. Purchasing and Contracting 4. Diversity and Inclusion Recruitment 9 Administration – Purchasing and Contracting Collaborate Life Sciences Building Construction Services Shared: - Policies & Procedures - Terms & Conditions - Contract Templates Sample of OHSU-PSU Shared Vendors* HOFFMAN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY HOWARD S WRIGHT CONSTRUCTORS LP ANDERSEN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC. IN LINE COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION INC. ARAMARK MANAGEMENT SERVICES DELL MARKETING LP FISHER SCIENTIFIC COMPANY LLC KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTH PLAN OF THE NW DYNALECTRIC COMPANY CITY OF PORTLAND OREGON Lab Equipment Next Steps: Electrical Contracting - PSU to develop procurement policies and procedures - Evaluate opportunities for joint procurement * This is a small sampling of vendors that we both use, the list is significantly longer. 10 Academics 1. School of Public Health 2. State-wide STEM Center 3. Shared Academic Appointments 11 Academics – School of Public Health • Activities • Milestones • Challenges • Next Steps 12 Research 1. Biochemistry and Chemistry , e.g. Drug Development 2. Computer Science and Math , e.g. Bioinformatics 3. Social Sciences and Clinical Sciences, e.g. Aging Joint Publications 13 Research – Joint Publications BUSINESS MANAGEMENT & ACCOUNTING  NEUROSCIENCE  BIOCHEMISTRY, GENETICS, & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY  DENTISTRY  HEALTH PROFESSIONS  MATHEMATICS  PHARMACOLOGY, TOXICOLOGY, & PHARMACEUTICS  PHSYICS & ASTRONOMY  MEDICINE CHEMICAL ENGINEERING  SOCIAL SCIENCES  MULTIDISCIPLINARY  EARTH & PLANETARY SCIENCES  AGRICULTURE & BIOLOGICAL SERVICES  PSYCHOLOGY  ENGINEERING COMPUTER SCIENCE  CHEMISTRY  NURSING  ECONOMICS  ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE  MATERIALS SCIENCE  IMMUNOLOGY & MICROBIOLOGY  14 Economic Development 1. OHSU/PSU Commercialization Grant Program with PDC 2. Continued partnership on Portland State Business Accelerator 3. Potential shared Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship 4. Strengthen Aging Collaborations 15 Economic Development - Commercialization OHSU/PSU Commercialization Grant Program with PDC 16 Philanthropy Collaborative Life Sciences Building 1. Establish “rules of engagement” and document in MOU 2. Review policies and procedures for both institutions 3. Develop fundraising plans based on the priorities identified by the Alliance 17 Delivering On The Vision Joint Grant Production PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION [$42,853] CHEMISTRY [$298,154] SYSTEMS SCIENCE [$39,595] COMPUTER SCIENCES [$631,379] PHYSICS [$904,145] PSYCHOLOGY [$475,769] COMPUTER ENGINEERING [$1,577,365] CPHS [$113,233] GEOLOGY [$11,879] INSTITUTE ON AGING [$455,860] CIMR [$16,425] REGIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE [$534,956] SOCIAL WORK [$189,626] SOCIOLOGY [$97,134] 19 Clusters of Collaboration Dr. Pankow – OHSU/PSU Dr. Hammer - PSU HEALTHY WORKFORCE PUBLIC HEALTH Dr. Gelmon- PSU Dr. Anger- OHSU Dr. Hibbs - OHSU HEALTHY LIFESPAN BIO CHEMISTRY Dr. Neal - PSU Dr. Reynolds - PSU Dr. Vu - OHSU 20 Targeted Opportunities Project Title: IGERT: Program in Complex Systems Biology Funder: NSF Dr. Shannon McWeeney – OHSU P.I. Dr. Martin Zwick PSU Amount: $3.3M Timeframe: 5 years Objectives: The program is intended to establish new models for graduate education and training in a fertile environment for collaborative research that transcends traditional disciplinary boundaries. Dr. Melanie Mitchell - PSU Dr. Joe Gray - OHSU co - P.I. Dr. Anna-Louise Reysenbach - PSU 21 Implementation Committee Recommendations 1. Remain opportunistic and continue analysis of existing collaborations to determine areas most likely to produce high yields – in priority areas - with the minimum investment of resources. 2. Review fundraising policies and procedures for both institutions in order to develop an agreement to secure philanthropic funding for priorities identified by the Collaborative. 3. Continue building out the project management website and tracking performance of original recommendations as well as all new initiatives. 4. Form “branding” sub committee to begin planning efforts for a joint web domain that would eventually be the public face of the Alliance. 22 Questions?