Addressing gun violence: A message from OHSU President, Joe Robertson

OHSU is a community of people dedicated to healing others and advancing the frontiers of scientific knowledge. Many of us choose to work at OHSU because it offers the opportunity to protect the most...

At OHSU, a mother’s passion inspires

OHSU seems to run in the family for four of the six Mansoor siblings, and it all started with their mother, Salma. Steven Mansoor, M.D., Ph.D., David Mansoor, M.D., Lori Mansoor, L.C.S.W. and...

Life after breast cancer: Discovering the new normal

For survivors, completing treatment and becoming cancer-free doesn’t mean their journey is over. At this year's Komen Breast Cancer Issues Conference, Sue Best, L.C.S.W., M.S.W., of OHSU’s...

CNA’s quick thinking saves a life

Last November, Amelia Corwin was on a flight back to Portland after a trip to Florida when a flight attendant's voice came on the intercom. "Is there a doctor or nurse on board?" Amelia, a...

On 10K, a sister’s love carries on

The 10th floor of OHSU's Peter O. Kohler Pavilion is a meaningful place for Maddie Collet. Her sister, Allison, was a patient in the unit after she was diagnosed with brain cancer. She passed away...

The evolving human: Will our kids be another species?

We live very differently than our ancestors did several hundred years ago – we have more food, have indoor plumbing and are generally more clean. We also hve more scientific knowledge to combat...

A healing duo: Meet Hunter and Belinda

When Belinda and Sean McCully went to adopt a dog, they knew Hunter was the one. “We instinctively knew he was going to be a good dog,” Belinda said. Hunter, a 6-year-old Labrador/hound...