As the state's only academic health center, OHSU's breakthrough research leads to new cures, new standards of care, and a better understanding of the basic science that drives biomedical discovery. Read about research at OHSU
OHSU researchers Shoukhrat Mitalipov, Ph.D., and Hong Ma, M.D., Ph.D., with the Center for Embryonic Cell and Gene Therapy and the Oregon National Primate Research Center have developed a novel gene and stem cell technique for treating mitochondrial disease. Their findings, published in the July 15 issue of Nature, pave the way for treating many diseases caused by DNA mutations. Read more.
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- 07/16/2015 Magnetic pulses to the brain deliver long-lasting relief for tinnitus patients: VA and OHSU study
- 07/15/2015 OHSU scientists unlock first critical step toward gene therapy treatment for patients with mitochondrial disease
- 07/07/2015 Discovery could improve in vitro fertilization success rates for women around the world
- 06/25/2015 Papers Accepted to IMFAR 2015
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