Celebrating our ROSE Award winners

We've all experienced those magical moments when someone makes your day – by treating you like family, by looking out for your well-being, by making that extra effort that transforms a small act...

Meet Patricia O’Shea, Brain Resource Center volunteer

It's Volunteer Week here at OHSU. This interview was originally published in 2015, but Patricia O' Shea is still here and going strong! She has been volunteering since 2010 and as of April...

April Spotlight: Neuroradiology and the fMRI exam

April is host to Neurodiagnostic Week, a time to honor and celebrate the contributions of our neurodiagnostic professionals. Our Neuroradiology department is an integral part of the diagnostic...

Neuroscience research news you may have missed

Because so many people have neurological disorders, research to prevent, treat or cure them is essential. Here at the OHSU Brain Institute, we bring doctors, laboratory scientists, and...

Deep brain stimulation surgery: Eugene patient shares his story

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pUkBRkzw0o Parkinson’s disease nearly overwhelmed Colin Halstead’s life. He needed two canes to walk. He took 27 pills a day. His voice was hard to...

The role of the athletic trainer in the concussion clinic

For many years athletic trainers have been on the sidelines helping concussed athletes, starting with the initial injury through the return-to-play process, and back onto the field. We use our...

Researcher and neurologist grateful for early-career grant

The Oregon Charitable Tax Checkoff grant was the first research grant I ever received. I was a neurology resident at the time, and with guidance from Dr. Jeff Kaye, the OHSU Layton Aging and...