Trailblazer left everything – to be part of something. OCHI director Allison Myers reflects on the center’s success, including a mental health initiative, a food security project, COVID-19 outreach and receiving OPHA’s emerging leader award.
When OSU’s TRACE-COVID-19 study was preparing to launch, the research team and its community partners knew they needed to be able to respond to questions and concerns from study participants and the public. A call center was needed, but how could one be created in such a short time? CPHHS Dean F. Javier Nieto, a […]
For OSU students, the study provides hands-on experience and the potential to make a local and global impact.
Allison Myers joins the college in September as the first full-time director of the Oregon State University Center for Health Innovation (OCHI).
National health innovation leader takes the helm of OSU Center for Health Innovation