Gene Therapy Symposium, Oct. 2

OHSU Gene Therapy Symposium, Oct. 2, 2019

The 8th Annual Gene Therapy symposium features talks on the latest OHSU research in gene therapy and a keynote address by Daniel Anderson, Ph.D., researcher at MIT and an innovator in the field of...

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OHSU Brain Institute Annual Forum, Oct. 7, 2019

The OHSU Brain Institute Annual Forum is an opportunity for the OHSU neuroscience community to come together, learn about current research and network with new and established colleagues. This year,...

Women in Science Portland hosts gala, Sept. 18

Women in Science hosts science-immersive experience, Sept. 18, 2019

Women in Science Portlandprovides a wide variety of programming on topics in professional development, outreach and education, and advocacy. To support its efforts, the organization is hosting its...

Oregon Bio 2019, Oct. 24 — Submit abstracts by Sept. 16/22

Bio 2019 conference, Oct. 29 — Applications due Sept. 16 and 22

Oregon Bio 2019 provides local researchers and entrepreneurs a forum to share their bioscience developments and see what’s happening in the Northwest bioscience community. If you have an idea or...

Fellowships for New Americans: Information session, Sept. 30

Current and future graduate students who are immigrants or children of immigrants are invited to an information session with Craig Harwood, program director of The Paul & Daisy Soros...

Kathryn Clancy will speak on creating a harassment-free lab.

Creating a harassment-free lab, Aug. 14

Join the OHSU research community for “Creating a harassment-free lab,” a webinar from the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity. The group viewing is organized by Educational...

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...

OHSU BioData Club is a co-learning community supported by the OHSU Library and DMICE

Python, SQL and pandas: Oh my! June 21

SQL is the most popular programming language for generating and interacting with relational databases and is, therefore, an extremely useful language to learn. This OHSU Library BioData Club...