Oregon Health & Science University
The Sky Lakes Collaborative Health Center – a joint effort between Sky Lakes Medical Center and Oregon Health & Science University to advance health care – made its first public appearance Dec. 12 with a ceremonial ribbon cutting and open house.
A major grant awarded today to Oregon Health & Science University and the University of California, Davis, promises to expand access to quality health care between Sacramento and Portland through a network of teaching hospitals and clinics in mostly rural areas.
Three years after breaking ground, two unconventional health care facilities are officially complete.
Today the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced that OHSU Knight Cancer Institute Director Brian Druker, M.D., has been awarded the 2019 Sjöberg Prize for his “ground-breaking contributions to the clinical development of targeted therapy directed against genetic aberrations in cancer.” His
The OHSU Knight Cancer Institute has announced grant funding to 17 community-led projects around the state for its Community Partnership Program.
News broke this week from Hong Kong of the first gene-modified babies, born in China; the revelation struck close to home here at OHSU.
PORTLAND, Ore. – A new study published online today in the journal Nature identifies 27 genes that, if mutated, will either cause autism or contribute to its risk. The study is the most comprehensive look at the genomes of parents and children where one child is affected by autism.