Students, faculty and practitioners will converge on Oregon State University for the inaugural Oregon Bioengineering Symposium on November 22, 2019, to learn more about the exciting bioengineering research happening in Oregon and the surrounding region.
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.
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.