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Twins facing life-threatening condition go home healthy thanks to OHSU fetal surgery team

Twins facing life-threatening condition go home healthy thanks to OHSU fetal surgery team

On National Doctors’ Day, family’s experience highlights compassionate health care team, innovative care at OHSU Doernbecher.
MRI innovation for the first time reveals cells’ energy activity in organs and tissues

MRI innovation for the first time reveals cells’ energy activity in organs and tissues

OHSU research opens up new possibilities for brain imaging, detecting cancer, monitoring treatment.
Lab-made antibodies offer potential cure for yellow fever

Lab-made antibodies offer potential cure for yellow fever

Climate change likely to make yellow fever more common; OHSU collaborates to eliminate virus in animal model.
OHSU strongly recommends masks in health care settings

OHSU strongly recommends masks in health care settings

Masks will still be required in certain areas, after April 3.
Ending THC use may reverse negative impacts on male fertility

Ending THC use may reverse negative impacts on male fertility

New OHSU research follows the university’s earlier findings: chronic cannabis use reduces male fertility in animal models; will help inform patient considerations of THC when trying to conceive.
Tobacco use assessments dropped during COVID-19 pandemic, have not recovered

Tobacco use assessments dropped during COVID-19 pandemic, have not recovered

OHSU leads national study on how pandemic affected patient discussions about tobacco use; funded in part by the National Cancer Institute’s Cancer Moonshot initiative.
NIH awards OHSU $2.7M grant to expand availability of research animals

NIH awards OHSU $2.7M grant to expand availability of research animals

Oregon Health & Science University’s primate research center will make the embryos available to scientists nationwide.
OHSU coronavirus (COVID-19) response

OHSU coronavirus (COVID-19) response

Last updated Friday, March 1, 2024.