OHSU breaks ground on cancer research facility

OHSU broke ground June 16 on its newest building, the 320,000-square-foot Knight Cancer Institute research facility on the South Waterfront. Located north of the Collaborative Life Sciences Building, the new facility will house up to 600 researchers and administrators dedicated to research programs in early cancer detection, computational biology, immuno-oncology, leukemia, prostate, and other areas. Construction is slated to be complete in July 2018.

Visit the OHSU news website and the Knight News blog for more details about the types of research the building will house, the approach to design and construction, building renderings, photos from the groundbreaking event, and more.