Yali Jia, Ph.D.

Yali Jia, Ph.D., elected National Academy of Inventors Senior Member

Yali Jia, Ph.D., developed an algorithm that greatly improved the sensitivity of a highly efficient, non-invasive eye imaging technology called optical coherence tomographic angiography, or...

Beth Habecker named AAAS Fellow

OHSU scientist Beth Habecker named 2021 AAAS fellow

Habecker’s lab studies the nerves that control the heart in order to understand how neuron-heart interactions during injury and disease contribute to poor outcomes — and what can be done to...

Left to right: Ruth J. Napier, Holly Rosenzweig, Ellen Lee, Emily Vance, Sydney Lashley, Kofi Asare-Konadu, Nikita Farhaj, and Kylie Koney.

Ruth Napier, Ph.D., receives Bruckel Early Career Investigator Award

Ruth J. Napier, Ph.D., has been named recipient of the 2021 Spondylitis Association of America/Bruckel Early Career Investigator Award. The award is given annually to the early career investigator...

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Primary care research’s role in ending health inequity

Researchers should consider primary care settings as a crucial avenue for understanding the full picture of health inequity and developing real-world interventions. In a special communication...

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....