Teaming up against cancer: A message from Brian Druker, MD
Hear from OHSU Knight Cancer Institute researchers, physicians and supporters about what it looks like to end cancer as we know it.
After months of shutdown, OHSU labs are beginning to resume research efforts that were stalled by the pandemic. We explore what scientists' 'new normal' looks like now.
Understanding the mystery of COVID-19
As the novel coronavirus spreads across the nation and around the world, it mutates. Understanding those different strains of the virus — and our immune response — is crucial. Knowing which strain...
Martin Schreiber has built an illustrious career in medicine and the military, shaping how the two can influence each other.
Building a COVID-19 testing lab
Two weeks. That’s all it took for Donna Hansel, MD, PhD, and her team, together with colleagues at the OHSU Vaccine and Gene Therapy Institute, to build, stock and staff a new clinical testing labor...
Why do more women get Alzheimer’s?
Almost two-thirds of Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease are women. There is a myth that the discrepancy is simply due to women living longer than men. But the truth is much more complicated. ...