Joaquin Cigarroa, M.D. said “At our core is a mission to advance gaps in knowledge that can impact patients” in a story about advancements in the treatment of heart disease and stroke, including coronary angiography and artificial heart prototypes at OHSU.
OHSU in the news
A Q&A interview with Julianna Desmarais, M.D., regarding her recent research evaluating data of hospitalized patients with acute gout and pseudogout to determine how patients responded to anakinra and adverse effects.
In a story highlighting efforts underway regarding a potential commuter ferry in Portland, an OHSU transportation manager say a ferry might provide a critical missing link for its employees.
The Portland Trail Blazers visit Doernbecher to brighten the day for young patients and their families.
Bay Area Hospital President and CEO Paul Janke, who oversaw the Coos Bay hospital’s collaboration with OHSU, announces his retirement.
A story about organ procurement and transport cites a 2013 incident in which, due to a courier mistake, a kidney was returned to the wrong location at OHSU.
A hit and run victim is treated at OHSU.
Fred Williams, M.D., with Tuality Healthcare says the collaboration with OHSU “has been really important to us.”
Chronic pain patients share their perspective with OHSU medical students during a School of Medicine intersession focused on pain management; Catriona Buist, Psy.D., and Kim Mauer, M.D., provide context.
Shoukhrat Mitalipov, Ph.D., provides perspective regarding the need for better international oversight of genome editing in human embryos following the revelation of the world’s first gene-edited babies.
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