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.
A lifelong search for answers
The Knight Cancer Institute's Joe Gray, MD has a personal motivation to ensure that SMMART cancer therapy works: his wife.
30 years of compassionate care
For the past 30 years, the OHSU Center for Ethics in Health Care has become a nationally recognized leader for end-of-life and compassionate care.
Q&A: Susan Tolle, MD, Center for Ethics
Susan Tolle, MD, has spent her career as one of the leading voices for end-of-life and compassionate health care.
Gene repair: OHSU shows the world how it’s done
Shoukhrat Mitalipov, PhD, electrified the international scientific community by publishing research showing that it’s possible to repair a disease-causing gene in a human embryo.