Student emphasizes how vital the graduate tuition waiver is for her education.
OHSU students honor donors and their families at annual service.
Optical coherence tomography scans often lead to reduced cost, pain and complications for patients.
OHSU internist says treatment of substance use disorder often falls to primary care physicians, who lack resources and support.
Research groups have made progress in developing vaccines with a strong antibody response to HIV.
December 01, 2017
A federal tax bill that has passed the U.S. House would end the tax waiver for graduate students, increasing their tax load to the point that students could no longer continue their studies.
OHSU receives $3.4 million to expand medical training for tribal citizens and Native American communities.
Researchers say more data is needed to understand the best way to administer the drug for optimum effectiveness.
An eight-week hands-on internship program for underrepresented students aims to inspire, and build aptitude in science and health care fields.
A new online tool helps patients calculate their risk of heart disease based on information from their family tree.