Shoukhrat Mitalipov, Ph.D., Paula Amato, M.D., Ben Burwitz, Ph.D., and colleagues are featured on CBS News' “60 Minutes” for their groundbreaking embryonic gene-editing research.
OHSU in the news
Research led by Claudio Mello, M.D., Ph.D., suggests the high-pitched noises of black jacobin hummingbirds are well above the normal hearing range of other birds; Mello says, “One possibility is they evolved to be able to sing what other birds cannot hear, and can hear back from other birds on their own private channel.”
National report reveals providers who participated in a study of an OHSU initiative to address the opioid epidemic expressed ‘widespread relief’ in the way they think about and address addiction.
Kerri Winters-Stone, Ph.D., receives a five-year grant from the National Cancer Institute to evaluate the benefits of a partnered exercise program on the physical and mental health of couples coping with breast, prostate, or colorectal cancer.
Groundbreaking research for inherited retinal diseases funded by Foundation Fighting Blindness to be showcased at ARVO
OHSU Casey Eye Institute will co-host the 5th Annual Retinal Cell and Gene Therapy Innovation Summit focused on inherited retinal diseases.
Soo-Kyung Lee, Ph.D., and Jae Lee, Ph.D., discuss how FOXG1 genetic mutations impact their scientific research and their personal lives; the Lee’s daughter was diagnosed with a rare form of FOXG1 mutation.
A Glendale, Ore. woman donates kidney to an OHSU Doernbecher patient.
In collaboration with researchers at the University of North Carolina, Mary Zelinski, Ph.D., has identified a promising new option for reversible male contraception in nonhuman primates.
Oregon Cannabis Commission Chair Esther Choo, M.D., discusses the impact of recreational cannabis on the medical marijuana market.
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