Three questions for Dr. Kiri Cook

Kiri Cook, M.D., is an assistant professor of radiation medicine. What’s been the most interesting development in your area in the last two years?  Within radiation oncology, one of the most...

Vote now: Best Hospitals physician survey open

Physicians with active Doximity profiles encouraged to vote by March 20 If your clinical area is included in the annual U.S. News & World Report Best Children’s Hospitals and Best...

“Eat rejection for breakfast”

From left, Drs. Steven Mansoor, Christina Lancioni, Todd Korthuis, Susan Gurley, Deborah Lewinsohn Physician-scientists share inspiration, build community at inaugural conference First, she...

Congratulations to the January 2020 ROSE Award recipients

OHSU’s ROSE (Recognizing Outstanding Service Excellence) Award program celebrates employees, students and volunteers who provide outstanding service beyond the normal scope of their jobs. Meet...

Women in Academic Health and Medicine speak from a “brave space”

By Mariah Dula  Jan. 28, 2020 -- The OHSU Women in Academic Health and Medicine conference Jan. 28 moved from safe spaces to brave spaces by creating a supportive forum for the candid exchange of...

2019 Chemical Biology and Physiology Conference “a huge success”

Top researchers in the fields of chemical biology and physiology were drawn to the 2019 Chemical Biology and Physiology Conference, hosted by OHSU and held Dec. 12-15 in the Knight Cancer...

Mentors receive as much as they give

Diversity News: Equity Research Program seeks mentors for 2020 Today marks the 25th anniversary of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration. The civil rights leader is widely known for his calls...

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...