Proceeds from the Hip Hop Fighting Cancer Festival will benefit the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute.
OHSU in the news
OHSU contributed to an Oregon State University-led study that found hospital patients who are discharged to skilled nursing facilities often bring high-dose painkiller prescriptions with them.
Mary Zelinski, Ph.D., receives the Global Consortium for Reproductive Longevity and Equality Senior Scholar Award for advancing research that examines the underlying causes of female reproductive aging.
The Scribe highlights OHSU staff and in several stories about virtual critical care, pandemic-related changes to medical education, expanding the number of residency slots in Oregon, the Oregon Addiction Medicine Fellowship, and long-distance runner Lalena Yarris, M.D.
A new study, led by Maria Rodriguez, M.D. M.P.H., indicates that implementing program-level incentives may increase contraception use among Medicaid beneficiaries.
Portland medics arrested and injured in protests say they were specifically targeted by police and federal agents
OHSU medical student Michael Martinez, who was arrested June 13 as a volunteer medic during Portland protests, says “it’s our duty to stand up against” inequality and injustice.
OHSU medical student and volunteer medic Michelle Ozaki says police have been less aggressive toward medics since OHSU medical student Michael Martinez was arrested. OHSU commends the courage and dedication of students and staff providing first aid to those engaged in nonviolent demonstrations; however, this activity remains voluntary, not university-sanctioned.
Carlos Crespo, Dr.P.H., says it’s appropriate to say someone with SARS-COV-2 who was injured in a car accident died of COVID because having the virus can “put you over the edge.”
Charles Thomas, M.D., shares his current reading list.
Cleveland Clinic joins interventional study using GRAIL’s multi-cancer early detection test to help guide clinical care
The Cleveland Clinic joins the PATHFINDER study, a multi-center effort that is evaluating the implementation of an investigational multi-cancer early detection blood test in clinical practice. The OHSU Knight Cancer Institute is among the six sites across the country participating.
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