The first U.S. clinical trial of bionic arms for children produced on 3D printers is launching today thanks to researchers at OHSU and a nonprofit based at the University of Central Florida in Orlando.
"I think if there is a way to prevent pain and suffering and transmission of serious diseases then I think we're ethically obligated to pursue that research and technology." - OHSU's Dr. Paula Amato.
60 Minutes reports on CRISPR, the gene-editing tool that's revolutionizing biomedical research.
“With more than 1.7 million people dying globally from TB each year and the rise of strains that are resistant to drug treatment, we need a better way to prevent this disease”.
“When we notice that our boys are gifted in math and science and they say, ‘I want to be a doctor when I grow up,’ we could say, ‘That’s great, you could even be a nurse if you wanted to!’” - OHSU School of Nursing student Adam White.
As 2017 comes to close, we want to take this opportunity to acknowledge the many accomplishments of our world-class faculty and staff.
“Overall, the goal is to train a diverse health professions workforce that understands -- and can successfully respond to -- the health equity and research needs of their own community".
“Our ranking reflects the high caliber of our faculty — not only are they publishing in excellent journals, but their discoveries are having real-world impact in patents for products that advance knowledge and improve human health".
“That was the scariest feeling I ever had in my life,” he said. “If it weren’t for my wife, I would have just been hard-headed and probably died.”
“Gordon Mills is a world leader in cancer research,” said Brian Druker, M.D., director of the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute.