Grady, shown at two-weeks-old

Preserving the choice to have a family

There is new hope that kids at risk of medically induced infertility may reproduce as adults. In a first, researchers have reported in a non-human primate model that immature testicular tissue can...

Imperfect embryos can bring positive IVF outcomes

A new study in nonhuman primates finds abnormal embryos can result in successful in vitro fertilization. The chromosomal abnormality aneuploidy, in which cells have more or fewer than 46...

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,...