Current issue: Winter 2020
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- Up front: Ten years at the top of the list
- Discoveries: alcohol and the adolescent brain; another look at Schwann cells; exercise and brain function
- Health spotlight: When to send the kids to school vs. keeping them home
- Volunteer spotlight: Dr. Bernard Brown welcomes families to the Rood Family Pavilion
- Q&A: Should I get a flu shot every year?
- Up front: OHSU ranks as the No. 1 hospital in Oregon for the eighth consecutive year
- Discoveries: saving the hearing of kids with cancer; more choice in end-of-life care; comparing concussion treatments
- Health spotlight: tips for back to school
- Q&A: does water birth mean a less painful labor and delivery?
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OHSU Brain Awareness Lecture Series 2020
Join us for the 2020 Brain Awareness Lectures Series as neuroscientists explore the neuroscience of pleasure, machines and the mind, and vaccines and autism.
Events are at the Newmark Theater.
Advance ticket purchase is required; price varies by event.
Marquam Hill Lectures
Explore the Marquam Hill Lecture series and view recordings of previous lectures.
Lectures are held at South Waterfront or the Marquam Hill campus.
All lectures are free; registration is requested. Free parking is also available.
- March 19: What Happens When Kidneys Fail?, Susan Gurley, M.D., Ph.D.
- April 16: Bionics: The Evolution of Human and Machine, Albert Chi, M.D.
Baby Talk, with OHSU Fertility Consultants
Whatever your fertility issue or concern, our goal is to help you determine the next steps in your fertility evaluation or treatment. Learn more about the series and see all upcoming dates.
Open houses are held at South Waterfront; on-site parking can be validated.
A Toast to Midlife
Join us as we raise a glass to midlife — and to the changes and opportunities that come with it. Over drinks and hors d’oeuvres, our women’s health experts will chat about hot flashes, painful sex, insomnia, weight gain and more, and what you can do to take control.
All events are 6:30 – 8 p.m. at the Kohler Pavilion.
Advance ticket purchase is required.
- March 19: Is natural really better?
What you need to know about hormone therapy options.
- April 16: I wish I wanted it.
Honest talk about painful sex, lack of desire and relighting your fire.
- May 21: I can’t sleep.
Real talk about hot flashes, night sweats and getting to sleep again.
- June 18: Whose body is this?
The truth about midlife weight gain, mood and ending the war with your body.
Join us for peer-to-peer mentoring, advice from cardiovascular experts, and support as you navigate life after a heart attack or other cardiac event.
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