Occupational Health Services at Oregon State University is a comprehensive program that strives to strengthen the campus safety culture by serving to protect employees who are at risk. Risks are everywhere in the workplace and few jobs are without hazards. This program is designed to reduce risk by providing medical screening, surveillance, immunizations and health and safety education to faculty, staff and student employees in the course of their employment at OSU.
OSU President Edward J. Ray addresses the importance of compliance committees in serving the research activities of the university. Read his statement.
National Institutes of Health
- Scientists sniff out unexpected role for stem cells in the brain
- Dr. Craig J. McClain to deliver 19th annual Mark Keller Honorary Lecture at the National Institutes of Health
- NIH invests almost $32 million to increase utility of biomedical research data
- Increased health risks linked to first-episode psychosis