Lisa Silbert: The core of an Alzheimer’s research powerhouse
Lisa Silbert, MD, heads the neuroimaging core at OHSU and is leading efforts to understand Alzheimer's disease and related dementias
Joel Nigg, PhD, is one of the world's top ADHD researchers. He aims to understand the different causes and influences for ADHD, find ways to detect it better and develop more effective treatments.
Rebecca Spain, MD: Transforming MS treatment
Multiple sclerosis is an unpredictable disease. The cause is unknown, and people who suffer experience a range of symptoms that come and go over time. Although scientists are making progress on more a...
Anne Foster: Creating ripples through MS research
Anne Foster has been a swimmer all her life. Growing up in Aberdeen, Wash., off the coast of the Olympic Peninsula, swimming was something all the kids did. Now 67, Anne’s still at it – swimming s...
Stefanie Kaech Petrie, PhD: Seeing is believing
Stefanie Kaech Petrie, PhD, helps researchers use microscopes to shed light on the structure and function of cells, leading to advancements in diseases such as Alzheimer's and cancer.
Unraveling the mysteries of myelin
Kelly Monk, PhD, is one of the world's foremost experts on the cells that form myelin, the protective sheath around axons that is damaged in diseases such as multiple sclerosis.