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Congratulations Robert Guldberg National Academy of Inventors 2019 Class of Fellows

 

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The Knight Campus Strategic Plan

The plan lays out key priorities and areas of scientific focus, outlining the ideological foundation of the Knight Campus in detail.

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A Rivalry Redefined

Oregon's two largest research institutions are redefining the rivalry between the Beavers and the Ducks off the field.

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Oregon's Combined Strengths
Leveraging the expertise of an entire state and region

In Oregon, we’re combining strengths with Oregon State University and Oregon Health & Science University to make a positive impact on society.

A Future of Collaborations

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Knight Campus Gift Supports Diversity Among Scientists

Undergraduate students of diverse backgrounds were recently awarded Knight Campus research scholarships. The awards are part of the Students of Color Opportunities for Research Enrichment (SCORE), and provide a foot in the laboratory door for those interested in performing research.

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Watch the Latest Distinguished Lecture

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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Big Data Fights Disease

UO, OHSU have teamed up to combat cancer and other diseases with a joint center in biomedical data science. The partnership has inspired Columbia Sportswear CEO, Tim Boyle, and his wife, Mary, to gift $10 million to the new research center.

Discover the Partnership

Explore the Boyles' Generosity

 

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Career Acceleration

The Knight Campus will provide cutting-edge professional development and training for students.

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Faculty Affiliation

More than 40 UO faculty from around campus are engaged with the Knight Campus' collaborative and interdisciplinary approach.

Meet the Associates and Affiliates

 

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Construction on the Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact is ramping up. You can track progress on a webcam and read traffic updates.  

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Knight Campus Videos

Undergraduate Research at the Knight Campus

Knight Campus Undergraduate Scholar recipient, Emily Niebergall, is taking on her own independent research project with the help of a mentor to guide her every step of the way.

Imatinib as a Paradigm of Targeted Cancer Therapies

Dr. Brian Druker, director of OHSU's Knight Cancer Institute, discussed how he spearheaded the highly successful clinical trials of Imatinib for chronic myeloid leukemia.

Could Humans Someday Regrow Limbs?

Bob Guldberg explores his research on regenerative medicine and shares insights from his career translating new medical devices into improved patient care.

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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.

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News

The banks have been restored and landscaping continues along the waterway

Led by Robert Guldberg, the project could boost Oregon's burgeoning cell manufacturing market

Recipients will be honored at a Nov. 21 reception at the Ford Alumni Center

The Undergraduate Scholars Program pairs promising young scientists with mentors in UO labs

Master's students get help with interview skills to help them land high-tech positions

The chemistry professor will oversee all research and academic matters at the campus

New research programs allow undergraduates to work with mentors in prestigious UO labs 

Dr. Brian Druker is director of the Knight Cancer Institute at Oregon Health & Science University

Hiring and construction continue apace as work on the first building remains on schedule

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