OHSU Job Carving Program increases the representation of employees with disabilities at OHSU.
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The NIH selects OHSU to co-lead the largest, first-ever national database for pediatric cancer and rare disease research; Dr. Adam Margolin is co-principal investigator on the project.
Dr. Darren Malinoski says clear guidelines for donor-intervention research guidelines can’t come soon enough.
Dr. Esther Choo shares her experiences with racism in the emergency department.
Dr. Charles Blanke says the problem of finding doctors willing to help patients use Death With Dignity is intensified in rural Oregon, but universal throughout the state.
Dr. Brandon Lujan says looking at the sun without eye protection during the eclipse for any amount of time can damage the eyes.
13-year-old boy who had brain tumor successfully removed at Doernbecher helps design one-of-a-kind Nike shoes and apparel.
The work of Dr. Susan Hayflick is cited in an article profiling the fundraising efforts of 8-year-old Rile Heasley a Longmont, Colorado, boy with PKAN (Pantothenate Kinase-Associated Neurodegeneration) and his family.
Drs. Brett Sheppard and Rosalie Sears receive $250K from the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network to study early detection methods and risk factors for pancreatic cancer.
In an article on the dilemma of too many experimental cancer drugs in too many clinical trials, and not enough patients to test them on, Dr. Vinay Prasad says some of the new cancer drugs have had such impressive results that their effectiveness was not in doubt, while others approved without control groups did not provide such stunning benefits.
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