Call for entries: Art of Science competition

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 8. Connecting...

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...

Two-step login with Duo

Login changes coming to Box, Compass, Qualtrics and more, Feb. 12

Starting Feb. 12, the Duo Mobile app will be required when logging in to Shibboleth-enabled tools from outside the OHSU network. If you've been using Duo Mobile, then there is nothing more you need...

Peter Barr-Gillespie

Peter Barr-Gillespie to lead OHSU’s $462 million research enterprise

Peter Barr-Gillespie, Ph.D., has been named OHSU’s first chief research officer and executive vice president, effective Jan. 1, 2019. Barr-Gillespie has served as interim senior vice president for...

Letisha Wyatt, Ph.D., director of diversity in research

Diversity in research: Wyatt takes on new role at OHSU

Letisha Wyatt, Ph.D., has been named director of diversity in research, a new position funded by the Office of the Senior Vice President for Research. Wyatt will be developing and connecting projects...