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Magazine: Onward, Spring 2021

$2 billion for better health — thanks to you. Profile of Becky Scherrer and son Zeke of Grants Pass on how the Rood Family Pavilion offers comfort, convenience and caring. Roundhouse Foundation and Heather Killough support Casey Eye Institute. Serena Mott, RN, and the Connected Care Center. How COVID-19 changed telehealth. Donor profile of Gary and Christine Rood. Teaming up against cancer. Giesy Family Scholar Award.

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Magazine: Onward, Fall 2020

Live and Learn: Back to school in a pandemic. A summer of crises sheds light on health disparities. New OHSU lab helps meet critical demand for COVID-19 testing. Research reboot. Healthcare heroes: an update from the frontlines. Sadie’s Fund supports families in the toughest times. In memoriam: Arlene Schnitzer. Donor profile: the Cain family

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Magazine: Onward, Fall 2019

Elle Inspires: A teen and her town come together for Doernbecher. Onward campaign 2019 update. Elks Children’s Eye Clinic: a new building will double access to eye care. Donor profile: Paul Casey.

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Magazine: Onward, Summer 2019

Forces of Change: Meet the women reshaping cancer research. Beyond ADHD: $12.5 million in matching funds available to support research. Donor spotlight: Glenn and Marily Hart. Features Mary Stenzel-Poore, PhD, Kimberly Beatty, PhD, Anupriya Agarwal, PhD, Shannon McWeeney, PhD, Missy Wong, PhD, Amanda Lund, PhD, Amanda Bruegl, MD, Lara Davis, MD, Beverly Emerson, PhD

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Magazine: Onward, Spring 2019

A New Home for Healing: Families move into the Rood Family Pavilion. Donor spotlight: Gary and Christine Rood. Up Close: Cryo-EM. The biggest advance in microscopy is helping researchers view the smallest details.

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Magazine: Onward, Fall 2018

The Legendary Lola: Fighters – and winners – come in all sizes. Precision attack: Gordon Mills his helping OHSU fight cancer at its core. The new Knight Cancer Research Building. Donor profile: Barbara and Phil Silver.

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