2020 Ellen Galinsky Generative Researchers Award from the Work and Family Researchers

Award recognizes our work-family research team

Written by Helen Schuckers, MPH and Lindsey Alley, MS Research collaborators, Leslie Hammer, Ph.D. and Ellen Ernst Kossek Ph.D., M.B.A. received the 2020 Ellen Galinsky Generative Researchers...

Total Worker Health® Graduate Travel Award

Calling graduate students in occupational health! Oregon Healthy Workforce Center announces the Total Worker Health® Graduate Travel Award. Up to 4 awards for $1000 each will be awarded. The purpose...

Dr. Emily Huang recognized as prolific author on safety climate

Dr. Emily (Yueng-hsiang) Huang, a faculty member at the Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences at OHSU, will be recognized in an upcoming systematic network analysis of the first 4 decades...

In appreciation

As we round out 2019, we share our appreciation of our supporters, stakeholders and partners. It is only through these connections and partnerships that we are able to continue to complete the work...

Leslie Hammer awarded grant to create military leader training

Congratulations to Dr. Leslie Hammer for being awarded a Department of Defense grant addressing Behavioral Health and Resilience Training for Military Leaders. Dr. Hammer has expertise in...

Dr. Bowles selected for PRIDE Summer Institute

Dr. Nicole Bowles, PhD was selected to participate in the Program to Increase Diversity in Behavioral Medicine and Sleep Disorders Research (PRIDE) Summer Institute at NYU's Langone’s Center for...

Welcoming 2019 summer interns

Welcome, 2019 Summer Interns! As an intern here at the institute, they are given research opportunities with faculty mentors across a range of basic and applied research areas. Occupational Health...

Celebrating dedication and service

Every year, we celebrate and honor OHSU’s long-term employees for their dedication and service to the organization. This year we will be recognizing 1,148 employees who have celebrated their 10...

Congratulations to Dr. Nicole Bowles

We congratulate Nicole Bowles, Ph.D., on her recent promotion to research assistant professor. In her time at Occupational Health Sciences, Nicole has been an important research connection for our...