To realize the full potential of precision medicine to save more lives, we must radically improve early cancer detection. You can help.
OHSU has a tradition of taking on the impossible — and delivering. We created the world’s first successful artificial heart valve. We developed the first targeted cancer therapy and launched the field of personalized medicine. Now we’re asking you to join us as we take on a new set of audacious challenges. Like defeating cancer. Curing HIV/AIDS. Ending preventable blindness. Learn more at OnwardOHSU.org.
|02/03/2016||Kilkennys establish $5 million endowment for cancer research at OHSU (Eugene Register-Guard)|
|12/31/2015||Last chance to give to Oregon's University Venture Development Fund (UVDF)|
|12/21/2015||Will one doctor's radical new vaccine end the AIDS epidemic? (Portland Monthly)|
|12/17/2015||OHSU's $1 billion investment in early detection cancer research will fuel
|11/13/2015||OHSU's Louis Picker on track to cure HIV (Oregonlive.com)|
|07/21/2015||OHSU and Doernbecher Children's Hospital foundation boards announce new members|
|06/26/2015||OHSU sets fundraising record by meeting $1 billion challenge from Nike co-founder and wife|
|06/03/2015||OHSU renames research building for Gert Boyle's sister, biochemist Hildegard Lamfrom (Oregonlive.com)|