12th Annual Huldrick Kammer Lecture

September 16, 2015

Join Providence Portland Medical Foundation in welcoming guest lecturer Robert H. Eckel, M.D., for a discussion on hypertriglyceridemia: the most difficult lipid disorder to evaluate and treat. Dr. Eckel has used translational research to pursue mechanistic relationships between metabolic disorders such as obesity/metabolic syndrome/diabetes and CVD.

Conquer Cancer Foundation honors Providence for excellence in clinical trials research

June 25, 2014

Providence Cancer Center is being honored nationally for its commitment to high-quality clinical trials programs. 

Two Astoria teens organize fundraiser run for Providence Cancer Center research

July 16, 2013

Peyton Fischer and Amber Longsdorf, two teens who each have had family and friends who have been affected by cancer, organized "A Step Ahead" 5k charity run and raised $1,207.61 for cancer research.

Providence cancer research gets boost from Fred Meyer shoppers and employees

April 02, 2013

The donation is a result of the store chain's third quarter employee giving campaign and all the coins collected in the checkout lines at Portland area locations.

Stage IV cancer patients get a new outlook on life

February 18, 2013

Two cancer support group facilitators are nominated "Everyday Heroes" for terminally ill cancer patients.

Grants provide new support for oral, head and neck cancer research at Providence

February 12, 2013

Providence Cancer Center has ramped up its fight against oral, head and neck cancer with two new research grants totaling more than half a million dollars.

Providence Festival of Trees magic brings hope of cancer research miracles

December 29, 2012

For three decades, Providence Festival of Trees has been the premier holiday event in Portland. This year, the 30th anniversary was a true celebration of the season.

Providence cancer research laboratory receives major grants

December 06, 2012

Research scientist Keith Bahjat, Ph.D., recently received two grants supporting work on immunotherapy.

New Chief Operating Officer Begins at Providence Portland Medical Center

November 16, 2012

Krista Farnham has joined Providence Portland Medical Center as chief operating officer.

Guest housing projects partners with Windermere Real Estate Foundation

June 07, 2012

Providence Portland Medical Foundation receives support Windermere Real Estate Foundation for the guest housing project.

Cancer research news

April 26, 2012

Read the latest highlights on our researchers.

Providence celebrates growth and expansion of My Little Waiting Room

April 02, 2012

Gets ready to celebrate its second birthday and 10,000th visitor.

Providence cancer research gets a boost with MedImmune agreement

December 02, 2011

The biotech company will fund further OX40 research developed by Providence scientists.

Providence Festival of Trees bring holiday cheer to Portland

November 23, 2011

Gala and public show attendees support the health care needs of the vulnerable in our community.

Providence’s Cardiac Rehabilitation Program Receives National Honor

October 31, 2011

Studies show one of the best ways to keep from having a second heart attack is to hit the treadmill after the first. A strong cardiac rehabilitation program can make a lifesaving difference.

National “Most Connected” Honors for Providence Portland Medical Center

July 21, 2011

U.S. News and World Report has named Providence Portland Medical Center one of the most connected hospitals in the nation.

Music-thanatology celebrates 10th year

July 05, 2011

Using Celtic harps, specially trained music-thanatologists play for end-of-life patients, alleviating pain and emotional distress.

Providence researcher awarded funds to create cancer-fighting protein

June 28, 2011

Department of Defense Prostate Cancer Research Program Grant awarded to Providence Cancer Center researcher Andrew Weinberg, Ph.D.

Fountain Caf now open

March 25, 2011

Fountain Caf offers nourishment and a relaxing environment.