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1 Covid-19 vaccines will arrive in mid-December, enough for 100K Oregon health care workers
2 OHSU participates in promising Covid-19 vaccine study with hamsters
3 Gene Therapies: What to Know | Patient Advice | US News
4 Press Release: OHSU Launches In-House COVID-19 Testing Lab
5 OHSU doc dreams of lifetime immunity with one flu shot
6 OHSU receives grant from Gates Foundation to develop universal flu vaccine
7 OHSU's HIV vaccine nears clinical trial
8 OHSU working toward reliable antibody test for COVID-19
9 UO, OHSU to study new coronavirus in a hospital setting
10 OHSU lays plans to restart research shut down by pandemic
11 Global Health Leaders Join CytoDyn's Scientific Advisory Board
12 Why Oregon's Health Resources Aren't Sufficient to Confront COVID-19
13 Understanding the Berlin patient's unexpected cure
14 How a $600M jolt could get OHSU's promising AIDS vaccine to market
15 Portland health systems gear up to offer COVID-19 testing
16 OHSU's HIV vaccine technology acquired by Bay Area biotech
17 New Vaccine Technology From OHSU Acquired By California Biotech Firm
18 OHSU built a COVID-19 testing lab in 2 weeks
19 Better, longer-lasting flu vaccine to be developed at OHSU
20 Doctors Try 1st CRISPR Editing in the Body for Blindness
21 Ymir Genomics Licenses Urine Biomarkers for Liver Disease Detection From OHSU
22 Portland vaccine developer acquired by 'immune programming' startup
23 CRISPR in the Covid-19 era: the promise – and peril – of gene editing
24 Allergan and Editas Dose First Patient in Historic CRISPR Trial for Inherited Blindness
25 New Long-Lasting Malaria Vaccine Approach Identified
26 New version of HIV vaccine could soon be ready for clinical trials
27 OHSU plans to expand its Hillsboro campus (which is literally full of monkeys)
28 Feds Say OHSU Overcharged For Use Of Facilities
29 Ever Considered Being a Research Assistant?
30 Oregon oncologist hopes to offer broader access to new cancer therapy
31 News at a glance
32 Scientists explain how a common virus causes havoc on bone marrow, organ transplant patients
33 Fresh approach to TB vaccine offers better protection: New vaccine completely protected 41 percent of nonhuman primates, standard vaccine protected none
34 Vaccine-mediated protection against Campylobacter-associated enteric disease
35 COVID-19
36 OHSU Researcher receives $1 million grant to pursue AIDS vaccine
37 Newsmakers 2016: Oregon Health & Science University • Daily Journal of Commerce
38 Plant-based relatives of cholesterol could give boost to gene therapy
39 Understanding the Berlin patient's unexpected cure of HIV: New tool developed to study stem cell transplants as a potential way to treat HIV
40 Why an AIDS vaccine has been so difficult to develop
41 Researchers closer to gonorrhea vaccine after exhaustive analysis of proteins
42 Collaborating for cures: New initiative helps cancer data cross borders
43 Zika virus damages placenta, which may explain malformed babies: Study finds abnormalities & decreased oxygen levels in placenta during fetal development
44 OHSU's next goal: Raise $1B to prevent blindness, cure AIDS
45 Cost and Coverage of Gene Therapies
46 Multiple sclerosis-like disease discovered in monkeys
47 Researchers explain repeated infection by some viruses
48 US scientist who edited human embryos with CRISPR responds to critics
49 Moderate alcohol consumption boosts body's immune system, study suggests
50 There are effective HIV treatments. Why are people still dying of AIDS?
51 OHSU lures prominent cancer scientist from MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston
52 Scientists Able To Fix Disease Gene In Experimental Embryos : Shots
53 Vir Biotechnology Builds Pipeline, Capabilities, and Lays Out Strategy to Address Serious Infectious Diseases
54 UbiVac Announces Clinical Trial Collaboration with Bristol Myers Squibb on Combination Immunotherapy for Advanced Triple Negative Breast Cancer
55 'Miracle cures'? Nope, OHSU says, it's just art of the sale
56 Fighting AIDS: Inside the Hunt for the Elusive HIV Vaccine
57 America May Over-vaccinate, According To New Research
58 HIV, Sex And The Charlie Sheen Story
59 Enhanced Influenza Virus-Like Particle Vaccination with a Structurally Optimized RIG-I Agonist as Adjuvant
60 Fred Hutch names new chief operating officer
61 COVID-19: Rescue by transcriptional inhibition
62 11 Organizations Urge Caution, Not Ban, on CRISPR Germline Genome Editing
63 Clinical Trial Offers Clues About Why Some Metastatic Prostate Cancers Don’t Respond to Anti-Androgen Therapy
64 New AIDS vaccine may clear HIV from body
65 Schwann Cell's Prolific Importance Underscored in New Study
66 DTR's news round-up 2019: the stories that defined the year
67 Infinitesimal Odds: A Scientist Finds Her Child’s Rare Illness Stems From the Gene She Studies
68 HIV Treatment Via Geranium Extracts: Natural Way To Fight Infection, Inhibit Replication
69 A MicroRNA Screen Identifies the Wnt Signaling Pathway as a Regulator of the Interferon Response during Flavivirus Infection
70 3D Living-Cell Model Offers Insights into Bone Disease and Regeneration
71 Study reveals key insight into the development of hair bundles
72 Continuous dosing improves progression-free survival for melanoma patients with common mutations
73 Bioinformatics Startup Looks to Break Data Silos for Precision Medicine
74 Defining early SIV replication and dissemination dynamics following vaginal transmission
75 How White Blood Cells Cannibalize Virus-infected Cells
76 Gene therapy 2.0: Will CRISPR make expensive treatment accessible to all?
77 Dental fillings could last twice as long
78 MLB playoff updates: Cody Bellinger's game-saving catch has Dodgers on brink of NLCS
79 Cancer Metastasis Hobbled by New Compound
80 Five recent Parkinson's disease drug target discoveries
81 Rapper Diddy warns Joe Biden African American votes will not be ‘free’
82 Inhibition of Dengue and Chikungunya Virus Infections by RIG-I-Mediated Type I Interferon-Independent Stimulation of the Innate Antiviral Response
83 Not All Stem Cells Created Equal
84 Short Bursts of Exercise May Prime the Brain for Learning
85 Combination Adenovirus and Protein Vaccines Prevent Infection or Reduce Viral Burden after Heterologous Clade C Simian-Human Immunodeficiency Virus Mucosal Challenge
86 Emerging Alphaviruses Are Sensitive to Cellular States Induced by a Novel Small-Molecule Agonist of the STING Pathway
87 100 hospitals and health systems with great oncology programs | 2014
88 A Quicker Way to Map the Brain's Connections
89 Draw clearer red lines around human gene editing, say leaders of Chinese and U.S. science academies
90 Illumina Launches GRAIL, Focused on Blood-Based Cancer Screening
91 The World's Most Innovative Universities 2019
92 David H. Browdy named new Fred Hutch VP and CFO
93 Investing in the future: 5 researchers benefit from President's Young Investigator Awards
94 Antagonism of the Protein Kinase R Pathway in Human Cells by Rhesus Cytomegalovirus
95 Research Roundup: Malaria vaccine, mouse sperm in space, animal welfare prizes, and more!
96 HEALTH TRENDS | Health
97 Egg 'nobbles' can be used to create embryos, say scientists in fertility breakthrough
98 Japanese Macaque Rhadinovirus Encodes a Viral MicroRNA Mimic of the miR-17 Family
99 Scientists edit the first human embryos in the United States
100 The Most Important Development Of This Century