Interrogating cancer, one cell at a time: Q&A with Hisham Mohammed

Hisham Mohammed, Ph.D., helped create a way to peer into individual cells and take multiple measures of gene activity and gene regulation at the same time. He’s leading the first research to apply...

Stopping the secretive cells that revive deadly tumors

Cancers are notorious for their ability to rebound uncontrollably after a first round of successful treatment. In a new study, researchers at OHSU have uncovered how a fraction of a tumor’s cells...

How scientists are mapping the cancer ecosystem to find cures

Cancer is more than just tumor cells driven by gene mutations. Cancer is like an ecosystem filled with evolving populations of tumor cells that interact with and enlist support from neighboring...

Unraveling early events in a life-threatening leukemia

Cancer scientists reveal the first direct evidence that leukemia development depends on the order in which mutations occur. Acute myeloid leukemia, or AML, is the most common blood cancer in adults...

Study overturns basic tenet in leukemia biology

Scientists thought they understood the steps leading to acute myeloid leukemia. But one of the basic tenets in that understanding turns out to be unsound, according to researchers at the OHSU Knight...