OHSU scientist Jon Hennebold identifies key pathway in ovulation

Individuals should have the opportunity to have the number of children they want—that is the dogma of the laboratory of Jon Hennebold, Ph.D. To make that possible, Hennebold, chief of...

OHSU researchers discover a mechanism promoting neural stem cells

A breakthrough study by OHSU scientists demonstrates, for the first time, a mechanism that prevents the formation of new neurons in old brains. The discovery provides a new path for investigation...

Medical Research Foundation honors Oregon scientists

The Medical Research Foundation has announced its award winners for 2016. Two scientists from OHSU — Stephen Back, M.D., Ph.D., and Richard Stouffer, Ph.D. — won awards, as well as Oleh Taratula,...

ONPRC researchers to sequence rhesus macaques genomes

Scientists at the Oregon National Primate Research Center will sequence the genomes of 2,000 rhesus macaques, funded by a $4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health. This groundbreaking...

Resources for research with nonhuman primates

Have you ever thought about or are you planning to engage in primate research? The National Primate Research Centers (NPRCs) serve as a unique and valuable national resource to scientists who...

Funding opportunity: Nonsurgical permanent female contraception

The Oregon Permanent Contraception Research Center (OPERM) is soliciting applications for research funding for preclinical studies of promising novel approaches to female permanent, or very long...