Today the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute announced that internationally renowned bioengineering and technology expert Mike Heller, Ph.D., will join the institute’s Cancer Early Detection Advanced Research Center, or CEDAR, to lead its technology efforts.
Study finds nearly half of female cancer survivors experience symptoms of nerve damage, experience more falls well after treatment
A study of more than 500 cancer survivors found that many years after completing treatment, nearly half of women cancer survivors continued to experience chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy, CIPN.
A first-of-its-kind collaboration between hospital and regional insurance providers provides community-based interventions to support youth whose medical needs are compounded by social problems.
June 16, 2017
Following a series of discussions, Salem Health and OHSU have decided not to enter into a new partnership agreement. Salem Health will begin efforts to return to its independent Salem Health brand.
OHSU completes $32 million fundraising campaign to build patient family guest house on Portland’s South Waterfront
June 16, 2017
The Gary & Christine Rood Family Pavilion has been fully funded.
A systematic review of basic and clinical science research has revealed no definitive standard for detecting military veterans at risk of suicidal behavior, nor is there a clear standard of treatment to prevent suicide among U.S. veterans.
Media alert: Vision screenings, free rides and fun at Oaks Park on June 17.
OHSU holds annual Diversity and Inclusion Awards Ceremony, hosted by the OHSU Center for Diversity and Inclusion.
An electronic version of the Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment form, or POLST, will ensure that end-of-life care wishes for OHSU patients can be honored.
Researchers at OHSU have developed a process to engineer artificial blood vessels which are used to help regenerate teeth, possibly changing the way root canal treatments will be done in the future.