NRSA Technical Components Workshop, June 12

If you’re planning to apply for a pre- or post-doctoral NRSA (F30/31/32) fellowship from the NIH in the near future, we encourage you to attend this workshop  to learn about...

Summer Vollum Writing Class starts Wed., July 11

The Vollum Writing Class is a professional science writing course open to OHSU graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty. This class uses short lectures, class discussion, and...

Clinical Research United launch

Clinical Research United to build community, provide resources

You're not alone, clinical researchers. Come to the launch of Clinical Research United and help reinvent — and unite — the clinical research community at OHSU. Contact ohsucru@ohsu.edu with...

New resource for researchers: KCVI Epigenetics Consortium

OHSU researchers have established the Knight Cardiovascular Institute Epigenetics Consortium to foster research and education in epigenetics. This team of experts assists investigators with the...

Gerlinger Research Award applications due June 4, 2017

School of Medicine faculty members are eligible to apply for $10,000 to $40,000 in funding from the Gerlinger Research Award. The award can be used for salary, equipment, or supplies. Preference will...

OHSU researchers identify gene driving responses to brain injury

In response to brain injury, cells in the nervous system swiftly coordinate events that promote survival and repair. Glial cells—the most abundant cells in the nervous system—quickly locate...

AHRQ seeking science on treatment-resistant depression

The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality is looking more closely at why some patients diagnosed with depression don't respond to treatment. Currently, there is scant data on the prevalence of...

Making all the data count for disease diagnosis and discovery

Diagnosing diseases is a tricky business requiring a formidable breadth and depth of knowledge and the skill to apply it. The rarer the disease is, the harder it can be to diagnose: quality reference...