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Long COVID isn’t yet well understood—but Oregon doctors, researchers, and long haulers themselves are trying to figure it out.
OHSU nurse Andy Paulson tells us why he’s sticking it out: 'We’re short staffed, we’re tired, people are really sick.’
17 people were affected, including staff—but those who had been vaccinated were asymptomatic or had mild symptoms.
With vaccine eligibility opening up to 12 to 15 year olds, we're revisiting an episode on what to expect when you're expecting vaccine side effects.
They'll keep relying on community volunteers—but that's getting tougher at a critical juncture.
An OHSU behavioral neuroscience graduate student talks about the hierarchal structure of research and the lack of mental health support for underrepresented ...
Esther Choo, cofounder of Time’s Up Health Care, is named in a new lawsuit against OHSU and the so-called “Tik Tok Doc.”
Where to Live Now
A pedestrian bridge, an aerial tram, an art- filled greenway, and a cluster of condo towers
The $6 million study ended just three months into its planned yearlong duration.
Light a Fire
The youngest member of the camp’s leadership team advocates year-round for kids with cancer.
Katherine Chew Hamilton
A researcher made an app to protect his wife from skin cancer. Now, OHSU is using it as a weapon in its ‘War on Melanoma.’
OHSU prof Miranda Lim thinks there may be a link between interrupted REM sleep and autism.
Making a Difference
"I’ve also seen us move from a more siloed approach to a real emphasis on collaboration across the spectrum of care," says Sarah Bakewell Sachs.
Alan Hart was a doctor, author, husband, and a trans pioneer.
No. But we’re closer than we think.
Portland researcher Louis Picker could be on the brink of a cure, and this year will be crucial to his quest.
With skull scans and DNA checkups, OHSU's dentistry school is making us say "awe."
Lever Architecture's octagonal wedge looks out into the forest but serves an urban agenda.
A bold new research hub unites three
ambitious universities and a rising neighborhood.
A team of local researchers is pioneering a radical new way to think about evolution and health.