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Standing up against structural racism

Standing up against structural racism

'We cannot permit the loss of any more lives by sitting idly by and simply hoping for change.'
Statement on tear gas and nonviolent protests

Statement on tear gas and nonviolent protests

While large gatherings in general provide increased opportunities for the transmission of COVID-19, the use of tear gas could significantly exacerbate the spread.
OHSU celebrates more than 1,200 new graduates

OHSU celebrates more than 1,200 new graduates

June 7 convocation first step in advancing human health in post-pandemic world.
Hairy, lab-grown human skin cell model could advance hair loss research

Hairy, lab-grown human skin cell model could advance hair loss research

OHSU Ph.D. candidate grew organoids at Stanford University lab.
Columbia River tribes assume stewardship of renowned ocean/estuary research institution

Columbia River tribes assume stewardship of renowned ocean/estuary research institution

Data collected by buoys, observation stations, other means, made publicly available to help with environmental management.
COVID-19 pandemic brings groups together to address community food insecurity

COVID-19 pandemic brings groups together to address community food insecurity

OHSU-led Nutrition Oregon Campaign provides structure for Ontario, Oregon community to rally around a common cause.