Research Week 2019 reception

Winners and highlights from Research Week 2019

Research Week promotes and applauds the OHSU research mission. The annual celebration provides a venue for researchers from across OHSU to meet, talk and spark collaborations. Students, faculty and...

Jarrell named director of OHSU Animal Care & Use program

The OHSU Research Integrity Office has appointed Vickie L. Jarrell, Ph.D., director of the Animal Care & Use program, which oversees all aspects of animal care and use. She succeeds Bill...

Meredith Hartley rides Bike MS

Researching — and riding for — MS

Meredith Hartley is part of a team creating new possibilities for treating people with multiple sclerosis. The team of scientists and physicians recently discovered a compound that stimulates...

Art of Science competition: Call for entries, deadline May 10

The 2019 OHSU Art of Science competition invites submissions of visual explorations of science. All OHSU community members are encouraged to submit up to three original images by May 10. Pictured...

Anita Randolph, Ph.D., wants to improve the quality of life for veterans after active duty.

The brain: Trauma, addiction and health disparities

Anita Randolph, Ph.D., wants to improve the quality of life for veterans after active duty. As a doctoral student, she made a major discovery about brain damage in people who’ve suffered...

Nate Selden

TBI and kids: New treatment guidelines issued

New Brain Trauma Foundation Guidelines look to improve mortality rates for severe pediatric brain injury and include an algorithm aimed at bridging research and treatment gaps. Each year in the...

Kalisa Bonds

African Americans and dementia: Culturally informed research

African Americans have a greater risk of dementia than white and non-white Hispanic populations, yet the bulk of dementia research has not explicitly examined African Americans or the heterogeneity...