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Responding to Oregon’s health care workforce crisis: OHSU seeks to expand student body, increase education program diversity

Responding to Oregon’s health care workforce crisis: OHSU seeks to expand student body, increase education program diversity

With its OHSU 30-30-30 proposal, university aims to grow its clinician graduates by 30%, increase student diversity to 30% — all by 2030.
OHSU investigators awarded $3 million for innovative, promising research

OHSU investigators awarded $3 million for innovative, promising research

New funds for leading-edge research on malaria vaccines, emerging viral diseases, gun violence prevention, gene regulatory control.
OHSU-PSU School of Public Health announces leadership transition

OHSU-PSU School of Public Health announces leadership transition

Founding Dean David Bangsberg to step down later this year.
OHSU board of directors gets updates on diversity, inclusion, anti-racism efforts

OHSU board of directors gets updates on diversity, inclusion, anti-racism efforts

University leaders also hear update on financial impacts related to COVID-19 pandemic.
New study suggests two paths toward ‘super immunity’ to COVID-19

New study suggests two paths toward ‘super immunity’ to COVID-19

OHSU laboratory research compares routes to immunity involving vaccination.
Jan. 28 forecast indicates Oregon COVID-19 hospitalizations may be reaching  peak

Jan. 28 forecast indicates Oregon COVID-19 hospitalizations may be reaching peak

Forecast adjusted downward due to Oregonians’ commitment to sticking with public health measures.
With new microscope, scientists will explore how tiny molecules make cells work by organizing at right place, right time

With new microscope, scientists will explore how tiny molecules make cells work by organizing at right place, right time

W. M. Keck Foundation awards OHSU research duo $1 million to develop new technology to quantify molecular aggregates, track their involvement in cellular functions, disease.
Chronic marijuana use negatively impacts male reproductive health, may decrease testicular function

Chronic marijuana use negatively impacts male reproductive health, may decrease testicular function

OHSU study is the first to link daily use of edible THC with reduced testes size, lowered testosterone levels in nonhuman primates.
School of Dentistry Dean Emeritus Dr. Jack Clinton passes away

School of Dentistry Dean Emeritus Dr. Jack Clinton passes away

Clinton served as dean for eight years.
OHSU coronavirus (COVID-19) response

OHSU coronavirus (COVID-19) response

Last updated Thursday, May 19, 2022.