PORTLAND, Ore. — Oregon’s four research universities have recently formed a nonprofit alliance aimed at supporting their collaborative efforts and to help them develop the technologies and therapeutics that result from their research.
 
The Oregon Translational Research and Drug Development Institute, or OTRADI, comprises Oregon Health & Science University, Portland State University, the University of Oregon, and Oregon State University.
 

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