BA and sleep: OHSU scientist uses Orlando bubble to study effects of travel on basketball performance

Circadian rhythms and athletes’ performance

Last Friday, Institute sleep scientist, Dr. Andrew McHill, Ph.D., published a new study in Scientific Reports titled, Utilizing the National Basketball's COVID-19 restart "bubble " to uncover the...

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Recap: Fatigue at work

Late last winter – when we didn't truly know what was in front of us–I had the opportunity to trade notes with Jeffrey Dalto of Convergence Training. I was fresh from teaching several classes on...

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Thanking our veterans

We wanted to send a big thank you to our military Veterans and those within our Institute that have served. We appreciate their service to this country and also their hard work in occupational health...

Alzheimer’s, sleep disruption and fruit flies

We congratulate Institute Associate Professor Doris Kretzschmar, Ph.D., upon her recently awarded National Institute of Aging R01 grant titled Connecting nuclear functions of Tau with pathology in...

As the web turns

If you have a particularly good memory, you might remember when we updated you on our transition from what had been known as CROETweb to our OccHealthSci Resource Directory. Roughly four years ago we...

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Participate in an OccHealthSci study

The mission of the institute is to improve the lives of workers through biomedical and occupational research. OccHealthSci stands at the intersection of the workplace and well-being; with more than...

National Night Out at Woodlawn Park

My name is Martina Shannon and I’m a summer research intern in the institute's Circadian Lab with Dr. Nicole Bowles. On August 6th, my lab team members and I attended National Night Out at Woodlawn...

News from our Circadian Lab

We love sharing news from our labs here at the Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences! Thanks to the team from the Shea Circadian Lab for updating us on how they've been connecting with the...