Mourning the loss of Dr. Molly Hubbard, pediatric neurosurgery fellow

OHSU extends condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Dr. Hubbard. A public statement is posted on the News Hub about her death in an avalanche while skiing in Idaho. OHSU community...

Dr. Kurt A. Freeman receives endowed professorship

Kurt A. Freeman, Ph.D., ABPP, professor of pediatrics and psychiatry, OHSU School of Medicine, and director of the Institute on Development and Disability (IDD), was appointed Oct. 31 as the...

Drs. Jogender Singh (left), Alejandro Aballay

Learning to stay away

When roundworms get a gut infection from disease-causing bacteria, signals from their gut teach them to avoid the same bacteria in the future. Bacteria that cause disease may be microscopic, but...

Caring for one another: A message from Dean Sharon Anderson

Celebrating our second-annual Gratitude Tree project and remembering Deans John Kendall and Mark Richardson Dec. 19, 2019 - We do a lot of talking about wellness these days.  Creating a work...

Dr. John Kendall

In memoriam: John W. Kendall Jr., M.D. F ’62 (1929-2019)

Dean emeritus leaves behind a distinguished legacy at OHSU The OHSU School of Medicine announces with great sadness that John W. Kendall Jr., M.D. F ’62, dean emeritus and professor emeritus of...

Chasing his dream

DACA student Christopher Ponce Campuzano starts medical school with hard work and determination. He hopes to become a pediatric oncologist or pediatric cardiologist caring for underserved children...

What dogs can teach us

Researchers in the lab of Elaine Ostrander, Ph.D. ’87, are conducting one of the largest collaborative experiments between NIH scientists and the general public. The focus? Dog...

Giving the gift of compassionate communication

Ronald Naito, M.D. '78, will leave a legacy in mindfully conveying difficult news. By Carin Moonin The U.S. health care system prioritizes efficiency in provider-patient interactions. But when...