Esther Choo, M.D., joined tennis star Serena Williams and Janine Clayton, M.D., director of the Office of Research on Women’s Health for the NIH, to discuss bias in health care.
OHSU in the news
Shoukhrat Mitalipov, Ph.D., says of gene-repair discovery at OHSU: “I don’t do gene editing. I don’t do manipulation. I do correction. Is that wrong?” in comprehensive story about the cutting edge of precision medicine.
OHSU contributes to a University of Utah Health study that found women are at greater risk of losing their pregnancy within days of an increase in nitrogen dioxide pollution in northern Utah.
First Tech Federal Credit Union Members, Employees and Partners Unite in Signature “Season of Giving” Campaign Supporting 95 Charities with $213,000
First Tech Federal Credit Union contributes more than $20,000 to OHSU Doernbecher as a part of its annual ‘Season of Giving’ campaign.
NBA stars light up the court with festive sneakers, including Air Jordan XV Retro Doernbecher Freestyle worn by Los Angeles Laker forward Lance Stephenson.
Ben Hoffman, M.D., is the lead author for the American Academy of Pediatrics’ new recommendation for rear-facing car seats.
In a story that documented the stages of sleep Jeff Iliff, Ph.D., says: “Sleep isn’t a uniform state. Your brain is not simply asleep or awake; it is passing in and out of different sleep states.”
Researchers try to cope without HHS public medical guideline database five months after its takedown
Researchers struggle to track down medical guidelines five months after federal agency shut down database, according to a story quoting Valerie King, M.D., M.P.H.: “We’ve just patchworked it together.”
An OHSU report is referenced in an article about the success of Oregon’s Medicaid/CCO model.
OHSU Doernbecher Pediatric Cancer Survivorship Program. "People think the story is over when the treatment ends but it really doesn't, it's really a lifelong impact for many children," says Sue Lindemulder, M.D.
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