OHSU’s Most Read Blog Posts of 2014

OHSU's President, Dr. Joe Robertson, recently noted that the year has been filled with stories that will be "noteworthy 50 years from now.” And it's true. From the unprecedented, national support...

OHSU Recognized as 2014 LGBT Healthcare Equality Leader

We are proud to share that for the fourth year in a row, Oregon Health & Science University has been recognized as a “Leader in LGBT Healthcare Equality” by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC)...

OHSU Celebrates Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Learn about diverse Asian Pacific Islander (API) American communities at two events hosted by the API Employee Resource Group to celebrate Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month. The month of May...

A tribal gathering: Strengthening partnerships with Native communities

With a focus on building and strengthening community partnerships, Oregon Health and Science University convened the 2014 Tribal Gathering that brought together faculty and staff, along with members...

Focusing on the Future of Health Care

By year 2050, the U.S. Census Bureau estimates that over half of the people in the United States will belong to diverse communities. In states like California, Hawaii, Texas, and New Mexico, the...

OHSU Honored with Oregon Native Chamber’s “Warrior Award”

Oregon Health & Science University is honored to be recognized by the Oregon Native American Chamber "Warrior of the Year" award, which recognize business organizations that have made significant...

Welcome diverse professionals to Oregon

Anyone who has ever moved to a new city for school or work understands the challenges faced by any newcomer to connect with and build community.  For diverse professionals, plugging in to...

Building a pipeline through hands-on experiences

Ariadna Covarrubias Ornelas, a rising junior at Portland State University, is helping OHSU researchers understand the roles of peptide systems in alcohol dependence. As part of the Center for...