Erik Burlingame and Geoff Schau

Future of digital pathology leaps ahead with AI student project

Siri. Self-driving cars. Chatbots. Applications for artificial intelligence (AI) are everywhere these days – and headed toward the stains and slides of a pathology lab. Computer scientists...

Eight promising cancer researchers named Lamfrom Laureates

The Knight Cancer Institute established the Hildegard Lamfrom Research Scholar Awards to support promising early-stage cancer researchers at OHSU as they reach critical career transitions. The awards...

Awardees named for 2019 Art of Science Competition

The 2019 OHSU Art of Science competition invited submissions of visual explorations of science, particularly visually compelling images produced during the course of research. OHSU Research &...

Tech Transfer funds travel for innovators to meet with potential partners about inventions

Tech Transfer announces second round of travel award recipients

OHSU Technology Transfer provides opportunities for researcher-entrepreneurs to attend presentations and meet with potential partners about their innovations. Tech Transfer launched the travel...

New OSLER trainee appointments announced

A total of 13 new appointments for clinical and translational research training were announced today by the Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute. OCTRI has made seven new trainee...

The brilliant future: Nominations open for 2019 STAT Wunderkinds

Some emerging scientists at OHSU are going to change the world. Do you know who they are? Nominate an up-and-coming researcher for the 2019 class of STAT Wunderkinds. Now in its third year,...

Biomedical Innovation Program Awards 2019 recipients Luiz Bertassoni, Summer L. Gibbs, Michael Cohen

Three innovators funded by Biomedical Innovation Program

Biomedical Innovation Program awards provide funds, project management and mentorship to facilitate the development of innovative technologies at OHSU and accelerate their translation to the...

Alexandra Houser and Katy Lehmann, first-year students in the Vollum Institute Neuroscience Graduate Program, received National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.

Neuroscience graduate students recognized with NSF fellowships

Three School of Medicine graduate students were recognized by the National Science Foundation as high-potential, early career scientists. Alexandra Houser and Katy Lehmann, first-year students...

Travel

Researchers awarded travel funds to showcase innovations

A new program provides travel funds to innovative teams promoting their discoveries and technologies through targeted presentations and meetings with potential partners or at partnering...