The OHSU Foundation thanks Joe Robertson for his vision and passion during his tenure as OHSU president.
OHSU has announced that Joe Robertson, M.D., M.B.A., will retire as president after nearly 40 years of service. Dr. Robertson said his decision is motivated by a desire to focus on his health and his family.
Senate President Peter Courtney, disaster relief experts just back from Puerto Rico stress preparedness during Great Shakeout
October 18, 2017
MEDIA AVAILABILITY: Disaster relief experts to share experiences and preparedness tips.
Partners in Science program brings researchers, teachers together to get students excited about science
A grant allows two local teachers to work on a project with two OHSU faculty members, giving educators real-world experience they can take back to their classrooms.
A few simple tips can help protect those celebrating the holiday.
Majority of incoming class represent rural areas, first-generation college attendees, and underrepresented minority groups.
Expanding prenatal care to unauthorized immigrant women in Oregon reduced death rates for U.S. born infants and helped prevent disease and complications for both women and their children.
Internationally renowned scientist Gordon B. Mills recruited to lead precision oncology for the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute
One of the most highly cited medical scientists in the world, Mills brings a breadth of research, leadership experience to OHSU.
October 09, 2017
Calendar alert: Experts share the latest in treatment, research, products and services at the upcoming Macular Degeneration and Vision Expo.
Free clinic for underserved patients opens Saturday, Oct. 7, at Transition Project’s Clark Center Annex.