A victim of an assault is treated at OHSU.
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Marti cooks cajun with musical neuroscientist and OHSU professor Dr. Larry Sherman: Marti's Music Kitchen season 2 episode 3
Larry Sherman, Ph.D., speaks with Oregon Music News about his research studying the effects of music on the brain.
Joe Gray, Ph.D., will present at a Susan G. Komen lunch and learn event in Idaho.
OHSU and the University of Oregon receive a $10-million federal grant to study mothers with a history of opioid use.
OHSU cancer patient’s remarkable response on a clinical trial targeting a specific gene fusion is profiled in Cure Today.
In a story about new research at OHSU, senior author Stephen Back, M.D., Ph.D., says, “Our findings raise new concern about the vulnerability of the preterm brain to hypoxia.”
Vinay Prasad, M.D., says “Just because we live in 2019 doesn’t mean everything the doctor offers you is something that’s supported by evidence.”
Motivated by a personal experience with H1N1 swine flu, Jonah Sacha, Ph.D., has earned a $1.7M grant from the Gates Foundation and Flu Lab to develop a universal flu vaccine using OHSU’s cytomegalovirus-based vaccine platform.
Teenage professional race car drivers Jak Crawford and Rinus VeeKay visit patients and families at OHSU Doernbecher.
ENR Northwest names the Gary & Christine Rood Family Pavilion the ‘Best Health Care Project’ award in the construction industry.
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