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OHSU Casey Eye Institute Researcher Receives Senior Scientific Investigator Award

John Morrison, M.D., professor of ophthalmology in the OHSU School of Medicine, has received a Senior Scientific Investigator Award from Research to Prevent Blindness (RPB)

The $75,000 award is intended to help researchers pursue promising scientific leads and take opportunities for which other funds are not readily available.

RPB is the world’s leading voluntary organization supporting eye research. Since it was founded in 1960, RPB has channeled hundreds of millions of dollars to medical institutions for research into causes, treatment and prevention of blinding eye diseases. The OHSU Casey Eye Institute is the seventh and final regional eye research center in the nation sponsored by RPB.

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