OHSU

AcronymDefinition
OHSUOregon Health & Science University (Portland, OR, USA)
OHSUOperational Health Support Unit (US DoD)
OHSUOccupational Health and Safety Unit (UK)
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The OHSU Knight Cancer Institute is the only National Cancer Institute-designated Cancer Center between Sacramento and Seattle -- an honor earned only by the nation's top cancer centers.
Through this collaboration, OHSU and GE Healthcare will apply leading-edge medical technology to a number of clinical challenges for which there is an unmet need, said Daniel Dorsa, Ph.
OHSU has met its fund raising challenge, and Oregon will become the home of a billion-dollar cancer research center.
The database conversion will provide OHSU with improved performance and overall reliability.
study co-author, director of the Pape Family Pediatric Research Institute at OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital; and professor of pediatrics, and molecular and medical genetics in the OHSU School of Medicine.
A spokesman for OHSU denied that the study had any social implications for humans.
OHSU purchased Agra's IMPAX PACS in 1998, to address a growing need for a centralized repository of radiological images that could effectively service the entire organization, though, initially, only the radiology and pediatrics departments used it.
The privately endowed Vollum Institute at OHSU is dedicated to basic research in biomedical sciences.
Patent Office has recognized that the regimen of calcitriol pioneered at OHSU that Novacea is using to develop DN-101 merits such broad patent protection," said Beer.
We are pleased that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has recognized that the regimen of calcitriol pioneered at OHSU and that Novacea is using to develop DN-101 merits such broad patent protection," said Beer.
A second OHSU project will study the effects of a potent genotoxin present in the seed of the cycad, a tropical palm-like plant.
To create ANDi, OHSU scientists first placed a GFP gene naturally found in jellyfish (which glows green under blue light) into noninfectious viruses (microscopic particles that invade cells).