From old samples, new breast cancer answers

OHSU scientists have shown how it’s possible to obtain detailed views of breast cancer gene activity from preserved tumor samples more than a decade old. The researchers say their RNA sequencing...

Knight Cancer Institute signal achievements of 2019

From basic research, to patient care, to impact in the community, the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute has a mission to end cancer as we know it. Here’s a look back at a year of...

A new line of attack on deadly prostate cancers

Researchers have uncovered a potential drug target for stopping castration-resistant prostate tumors – the second leading cause of cancer death in the U.S. For decades, drug development for...

Anupriya Agarwal, Ph.D., works in her lab (OHSU photo by Kristyna Wentz-Graff)

Knight Cancer signal achievements of 2017

Serving Oregonians. Delivering discoveries. Developing talented clinicians and scientists. Leading the way. Here's a look at the accomplishments of the people at the Knight Cancer Institute. They...

Enterprising cancer treatment ideas nurtured with pilot funds

Finding new treatment targets for aggressive prostate cancer, lymphoma and leukemia. Visualizing how breast tumors grow resistant to drug therapy. Using mobile phone sensors to track symptoms...