OHSU’s Oregon Journal of Orthopaedics published!

The Oregon Journal of Orthopaedics, also known as OJO, is a new publication that highlights the leading edge research being undertaken by the OHSU Department of Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation’s faculty, residents and fellows. The journal was edited by Richard Myers, M.D., Brent Roster, M.D., Alex DeHaan, M.D. and John Seddon, M.D., and will be published annually.

Visit the School of Medicine Research Voice for more info. Great work, Orthopaedics!

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  1. Nicely done and a great way to share what is happening within orthopedics with others on and off campus

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