New laboratory research at OHSU is compelling reason to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
April 29, 2021
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OHSU researchers among international team of scientific collaborators.
April 27, 2021
A joint statement between OHSU, the attorneys representing the plaintiff, and the plaintiff.
New findings from the largest, most comprehensive study to date suggest opportunity to reduce stigma, roll back the national opioid epidemic.
Independent analysis shows OHSU contributes nearly $7.2 billion and over 42,000 jobs annually to Oregon's economy
OHSU’s impact has grown due to increased services, grants, and public investment in OHSU research.
Kevin Winthrop, M.D., comments on a new study suggesting patients being treated with certain therapies for chronic inflammatory diseases have reduced –- but still sufficient –- immune responses to COVID-19 vaccines: “It’s hard to extricate that from the effect of the underlying disease.”
OHSU Center for Women’s Health experts help separate fact from fiction.
New research from OHSU, VA Portland suggests new therapies for people with hearing loss.
A new laboratory study from Oregon Health & Science University finds that blood serum drawn from people previously vaccinated or naturally infected show “significantly reduced” defense against two widely circulating variants of the novel coronavirus...