Vice President and Executive Director Robert Guldberg shares an update on programming, construction and partnerships.
Knight Campus Executive Director Robert Guldberg's prowess as an internationally renowned researcher and entrepreneur in regenerative medicine has earned him the distinction of being selected as a 2019 fellow to the National Academy of Inventors.
From cutting-edge labs and classrooms to collaborative open spaces to elements that incorporate and highlight the natural environment — take an early peek at what the Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact will look like via this guided virtual tour.
In Oregon, we’re combining strengths with Oregon State University and Oregon Health & Science University to make a positive impact on society.
Undergraduate students of diverse backgrounds were recently awarded Knight Campus research scholarships. The awards are part of the SCORE Program and provide a foot in the laboratory door for those interested in performing research.
Just as Marian Hettiaratchi begins her new job at the Knight Campus, a research project that lays the groundwork for her UO lab has landed in a major journal.
The Master’s Industrial Internship Program allows you to gain experience and insight into industrial and national lab research & development while earning your master’s degree. By building a marketable technical skill set and learning the ins and outs of professional skills, our program is unrivaled in launching the careers of scientists and engineers.
The director of OHSU's Knight Cancer Institute, Dr. Brian Druker, presented research that led to a highly successful therapy for chronic myeloid leukemia.
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OHSU and UO partnership
To further catalyze discovery and scientific impact, senior leaders at OHSU and UO are leading efforts to increase partnerships among faculty at both institutions. Three areas are currently being explored: research collaborations, educational programs, and administrative policies.