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Patient Jasmin Felton is the first at OHSU to undergo an awake spine surgery. She stands with her sons, Maximilian and Asher. (Courtesy of Jasmin Felton.)

First awake spine surgery is a success, and a great experience

A Portland resident who had OHSU's first awake spine surgery recommends it to others. Staying awake means no breathing tube and a faster recovery.

Kelly Monk, Ph.D.,co-director of the Vollum Institute, April 27, 2018. (OHSU/Kristyna Wentz-Graff)

Research discovery could help treat MS, Alzheimer's and more

OHSU scientists reveal the purpose of a brain synapse they discovered in 2000. Their work may lead to new ways to treat multiple sclerosis, brain cancer and other conditions.

OHSU researchers Amy Cantor, M.D., M.P.H., left, and Ellen Tilden, Ph.D., C.N.M., right, aim to better define and measure respectful maternity care and develop a standard of care and accountability across health systems. (OHSU/Christine Torres Hicks)

OHSU leads work to address national maternal health crisis

A new study takes the first step to improve maternity care across the U.S. Researchers reviewed a dozen models of respectful maternity care to create a common definition.

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