OHSU Experts

Brett Johnson, Ph.D., (left) Gordon Mills, M.D., Ph.D., and Joshi Alumkal, M.D., in one of the shared laboratory areas within the Knight Cancer Research Building.

Explore Research at OHSU


Do you need to put together a multi-disciplinary team to tackle a large research project? Are you looking for a mentor or just curious about new faculty and the work they're doing? Use OHSU Experts to find out who does what at Oregon Health & Science University. OHSU Experts works by automatically pulling publication data from Scopus, a comprehensive abstract and citation database, to help you identify researcher expertise and connections among authors. It also pulls information from a number of grant databases so you can view who funds the research.

How do I use the OHSU Experts database?

Researchers, you can use the database to:

  • Track your publications
  • Publicize your experience
  • Identify potential collaborators
  • See where other authors have published

Research administrators, you can use the database to:

  • Identify experts at OHSU
  • Find researchers for funding opportunities
  • Understand connections within and between departments to facilitate collaboration
  • Download expertise data for further analysis

Who is considered an OHSU Expert?

To be listed as an Expert in the OHSU Experts database, you must have a full-time faculty appointment and at least three publications listed in Scopus. The OHSU Experts list is updated quarterly. Contact funding@ohsu.edu to inquire about being added to the list.

Updating your profile

To make a correction to your profile, please contact funding@ohsu.edu.

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