Our longest-running CHR study has produced dramatic discoveries, hundreds of scientific papers, and memorable relationships between researchers and participants.
A new four-year study will evaluate diabetes prevention programs at Kaiser Permanente Northwest.
Launched in 2016, the KP Research Bank is positioned to become one of the world’s most important resources for genetic research.
Scientists at the Center for Health Research recently partnered with KP pharmacists to test a program to curb prolonged opioid use, as part of an FDA-funded clinical trial.
By making minor changes to their procedures for ordering tests, health care systems can help patients get the right screenings at the right time.
CHR researchers collaborated with Northwest Permanente physicians to reduce opioid prescriptions for children having tonsillectomies.
A four-year study funded by the National Institutes of Mental Health will assess the economic impact of autism spectrum disorder on families.
Caption: CHR Director Mary Durham welcomes Sonia Shah to Portland for the 2016 Saward Lecture.
The acclaimed science journalist explains the mechanisms of disease outbreaks.
Caption: Mary Durham is wrapping up 21 years as director of the Center for Health Research
Retiring director plans to run more marathons, play the piano, and become fluent in Italian.
By Lisa Waiwaiole, Project Director
The Dental Care Program at Kaiser Permanente Northwest proves to be a great laboratory for immunization research.