Paper of the Month
The school honors a recently published faculty paper each month for its exceptional research.
The goals are to highlight the scientific achievements of our research community and to share this information with the public and across OHSU departments, institutes and disciplines.
Paper of the Month stories are now posted on the OHSU 96,000 Square Mile blog.
- November: Unique dataset creates foundation to better understand, treat genetic subsets of AML
- October: Excessive airway nerve density and more severe asthma symptoms
- June: Vitamin C: a cost-effective way to decrease childhood wheeze
- May: A step forward in DNA methylation profiling
- April: A new target in the battle against prostate cancer
- March: Antidepressants and their targets: binding at an atomic level
- January: It's all about the timing
- November: Analysis: Oregon's Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
- October: Genetic markers found for severe form of multiple sclerosis
- September: Face the factors (in fibrin formation)
- June: Attacking the attacker
- May: From highly collaborative project, a powerful new tool to study tissues and tumors
- April: Thinking with your stomach
- March: What works for low back pain?
- February: From bad egg to good egg
- January: Fighting cancer with lupus
- December: The gut factor
- November: Shedding new light on vision at the molecular level
- October: There's more to white matter that matters
- September: New findings on glial cells
- August: Researchers develop NAD+ biosensor
- June: Low HDL is not dangerous when low-density lipoprotein and triglycerides are low
- May: Mapping MAIT cells: Understanding intracellular interactions in Mtb infection
- April: Uncovering a new cure strategy for preventing HIV mother-to-child transmission
- March: A new mechanism for understanding synaptic plasticity
- February: A new class of allosteric dopamine transporter ligands suggests therapeutic promise for chronic pain
- January: How effective are opioid guidelines in the primary care setting?
- December: Functional Integration of Adult-Born Hippocampal Neurons after Traumatic Brain Injury
- November: Increased systolic load causes adverse remodeling of fetal aortic and mitral valves
- September: Synaptic Vesicle Exocytosis at the Dendritic Lobules of an Inhibitory Interneuron in the Mammalian Retina
- August: Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Treatment for Chronic Tinnitus: A Randomized Clinical Trial
- July: Levodopa Is a Double-Edged Sword for Balance and Gait in People With Parkinson's Disease
- June: Effectiveness of Total Worker Health Interventions
- April: Identification and characterization of nuclear and nucleolar localization signals in the adeno-associated virus serotype 2 assembly-activating protein
- March: Engineering the Glutamate Transporter Homologue GltPh Using Protein Semisynthesis
- February: B cell follicle sanctuary permits persistent productive simian immunodeficiency virus infection in elite controllers
- January: Live Imaging of Endogenous PSD-95 Using ENABLED: A Conditional Strategy to Fluorescently Label Endogenous Proteins