sport and wellness

Ballmer Institute, UO Athletics join to aid student-athletes

A new collaboration will develop tools to enhance mental health support for young athletes

UO part of new international collective focused on sports

The Global University Sports Network will help advise and inform athletics leaders

UO researchers tackle ACL tears affecting women athletes

A study of footwear biomechanics looks at ways to prevent injuries, particularly in soccer

Zebrafish research helps reveal the origins of scoliosis

Two key proteins help keep the spine straight during development, a UO study shows

Studying elite divers could give insights into lung disease

Research suggests adaptations in divers help reduce strain of low-oxygen environments

UO undergrads working to develop a concussion biosensor

The university’s first iGEM team will present its work at an international event in October

With NIH funding, UO prof dives deeper into aging research

Molecular anthropology is helping a team probe why some people age faster or slower

Hello, World. Meet Oregon.

The World Athletics Championships Oregon22 give unprecedented opportunities to showcase UO contributions to society

Damien Callahan and Injuries in Athletes

Knight Campus scientist Damien Callahan studies elite athletes for clues about muscle rehabilitation after injury

UO linguist to study health care communication for older adults

Melissa Baese-Berk will look at ways to make talking with older patients more effective