Inaugural Faculty Excellence and Innovation Award finalists named

Three OHSU scientists have been named recipients of the inaugural Faculty Excellence and Innovation Awards for research in marijuana use in pregnancy, new therapies for heart disease, and...

Developing a novel therapy for rhabdomyolysis

A project led by Michael Hutchens, M.D., will establish causes of kidney failure due to muscle destruction. It is common to observe kidney failure after injuries that occur during armed conflicts or...

2019 MRF Awards honor Oregon scientists

On December 10, The Medical Research Foundation honored three Oregon scientists at its annual Awards Dinner. These awards of merit are presented by the MRF Committee to exceptional Oregon scientists...

UO-OHSU research program to support five new projects

Five collaborative research teams exploring topics such as craniofacial bone repair, risk factors for childhood obesity and the impact of dietary protein on the gut microbiome have received piloting...

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...

Xiaolin Nan (OHSU) and Ramesh Jasti (UO), recipients of OHSU-UO Collaborative Seed Grant funding

Second round of OHSU-UO seed funding announced

New funding for collaborative research teams examining everything from the predictive modeling of healthcare-associated infections to preventing occupational burnout among K-12 educators was...

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...