Graduate Studies

Zebrafish under a fluoroscope
October 19

New study details the microbial origins of Type 1 diabetes

A protein triggers insulin-producing cells to reproduce, pointing to a possible treatment
A mouse leaping from a branch
October 7

UO neuroscientists find more naturalistic ways to study vision

Two studies in mice give new insights into how animals navigate the world beyond the lab
Aerial view of campus
July 18

President, provost name projects to receive strategic funding

Approximately $2 million has been designated for ongoing initiatives.
Researchers on a glacier at night
July 13

Researchers use lasers to get a new view on Oregon’s glaciers

They trekked into the Oregon Cascades to test a portable tool to measure glacial melt
Laurel Sturgis O’Coyne
July 11

One Duck’s tale of becoming a prize-winning essayist

In pursuit of teaching, a doctoral student in comparative literature finds an academic home
Ventilator prototype
May 31

Breathing easy: Grad student helps build a low-cost ventilator

The open-source device is an affordable alternative to a pricey piece of medical tech
CAHOOTS response van
May 24

UO grad student's CAHOOTS study is one of 12 funded by NSF

Graduate researchers across campus earned the prized grants to advance their work
The climbing wall at the Student Recreation Center
May 20

A physicist's love of climbing leads to a new kind of class

Graham Kribs teaches students the science behind the gear and technique for climbers
Layered marine sediments in Taiwan
May 6

Scientists are amazed at how fast Taiwan's crust is moving

Mountains on the island rose much faster than previously thought, UO research shows
Cambridge University
May 2

UO graduate is second-ever to be a Gates-Cambridge Scholar

Alex Mentzel, a 2020 graduate, is pursing advanced studies in Great Britain