Researchers take first and second place in OHSU-wide scavenger hunt

We’re excited to announce that two teams of OHSU researchers took home first and second place in the recent OHSU-wide 125th Anniversary Scavenger Hunt.

In first place, members of team “Extracellular Matrix” took home $250 each. Team members included:

  • Tiera Liby, a research associate with Biomedial Engineering
  • Katie Johnson, a research assistant with Molecular and Medical Genetics
  • Joe Garay, a postdoctoral researcher with Biomedical Engineering
  • Shenda Gu, a research assistant with Biomedical Engineering
  • Spencer Watson, a graduate student in Molecular and Cellular Biosciences

In second place, members of “P-man and the Fab Five” took home $200 each. Team members included:

  • Vicky Cheng, a research assistant with the Knight Cancer Institute
  • Rachel Slottke, a research assistant with the Knight Cancer Institute
  • Kristi Eilers, a clinical research manager with Hematology Oncology
  • Chris Koontz, an administrative assistant with the Knight Cancer Institute
  • Seonaid Squires, a research assistant with the Knight Cancer Institute

Pictures coming soon! If you’d like to see a list of all winners, visit Staff News.

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  1. The third place team also had 3 researchers as members. Go scientists!

  2. For the record there were 3 researchers on the 3rd place team also. 61ers plus 1 took home $150 each. Team members are Darcy Babcock, a senior research associate in Biomedical Engineering….Christine Reminih, research assistant 2 in Biomedical Engineering….Dawn Cote, research associate in Behavioral Neuroscience…..Lorie Gookin, administrative coordinator in the Dean’s Office SOM and Keith Garber, trades/maintenance coordinator in Facilities.

  3. Thank you, Dawn, for pointing that out. And congrats! I’ll be posting photos from the winners soon, including some from the 61ers + 1! (Love the team name, by the way!)

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