An actionable strategy to promote diversity in science

The paper “The ASPET Mentoring Network: Enhancing Diversity and Inclusion through Career Coaching Groups within a Scientific Society” published in Life Sciences Education is the School of...

A CDC-trained disease detective conducts a Zika case investigation

Oily molecules key to Zika virus replication, infection

Zika virus emerged as a threat to global health in 2016 when it was linked to a spike in cases of microcephaly in newborns. In a modest rehearsal of what we’ve seen with SARS-CoV-2 research, there...

OHSU students at InventOR finals, Sept. 18

The OHSU Student Innovator Challenge is a stepping stone to the Invent Oregon Collegiate Challenge statewide competition, where students present inventions and compete for $30,000 in cash prizes....

Chemical Biology & Physiology 2019, poster abstracts due Oct. 31

Chemical Biology & Physiology 2019, poster abstracts due Oct. 31

If you are working at the intersection of chemical biology and physiology, consider submitting a poster presentation abstract for Chemical Biology & Physiology 2019. This international conference...

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...

Couple at the flower market

Understanding multimorbidity to close the health disparity gap

Multimorbidity — having two or more coexisting chronic conditions — is highly prevalent, costly and disabling to older adults. Across racial and ethnic groups, multimorbidity affects older adults...