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...

Alexandra Houser and Katy Lehmann, first-year students in the Vollum Institute Neuroscience Graduate Program, received National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.

Neuroscience graduate students recognized with NSF fellowships

Three School of Medicine graduate students were recognized by the National Science Foundation as high-potential, early career scientists. Alexandra Houser and Katy Lehmann, first-year students...

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Researchers awarded travel funds to showcase innovations

A new program provides travel funds to innovative teams promoting their discoveries and technologies through targeted presentations and meetings with potential partners or at partnering...