April 17th, 2018
OSU statisticians were awarded a four-year $770K NIH grant to innovate statistical methods to study the human microbiome and its role in human health.
Chemistry graduate student Elizabeth Kaweesa has played a role in the discovery of a bacterium that kills melanoma cells.
The College of Science celebrated research, teaching and administrative excellence at its 2017 Fall Faculty and Staff Awards.
Loading nanofiber sutures with vitamin D induces the production of an infection-fighting peptide, new research shows.
Oregon State microbiologists have suggested a new paradigm for the study of microbiomes—one that has key implications for medical care.
Corvallis Public Library presents a public lecture on the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine by Viviana Perez, assistant professor of biochemistry and biophysics.
A new study by Oregon State microbiologists reveals how deep-water bacteria’s genomes break down carbon molecules
Biochemist Viviana Perez has found that a compound called rapamycin has unusual properties that may help address neurologic damage such as Alzheimer’s disease.
OSU Microbiologist discovers that Chitosan, a natural carbohydrate derived from crustacean shells, shows potential as an antidote against a food poisoning bacterium.
Undergraduate Christina Moody was part of a research team that recently constructed a powerful molecule that can inhibit deadly antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Since the mid-1990s, biochemistry professor Ryan Mehl has been working to find the perfect chemical reaction for attaching proteins to just about anything. And now […]
A new way of looking at how pollutants travel has quadrupled the estimate of global lung cancer risk from a pollutant caused by combustion.
A new study reveals nearly 3% of people infected with Ebola in the 2014-15 epidemic were “super spreaders,” responsible for infecting 61% of all cases.