Interested in helping Slocum and University of Oregon researchers discover better ways to recover after knee surgery?  Consider participating in our Amino Acid Supplementation & Total Knee Replacement Research Study funded by the National Institute on Aging, which is one of the National Institutes of Health.

The goal of the research is to determine if providing amino acid supplementation (building blocks for protein) can stimulate recovery and reduce muscle loss after surgery. Our preliminary studies suggest taking essential amino acid supplements...

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The 2014 Healthy Communities Speaker Series presents James F. Sallis, PhD, Professor of Family Medicine, UCSD, and Director of Active Living Research. Join us to learn about the latest research and how local organization are working toward better community health.

October 9, 2014, Lane Community College Downtown Center (101 W 10th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97401)

  • 5:00p - Reception
  • 5:30p - Lecture / Q&A with Dr. Sallis
  • 6:30p - Local panel with Dr. Rick Kincade (PeaceHealth), Claire Syrett (Lane Coalition for Healthy Active Youth)...
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The Slocum Research & Education Foundation, in joint sponsorship with Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), is pleased to host the 22nd Annual Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Update on December 6, 2014, from 8:00a - 12:00p at the Slocum Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine in Eugene, Oregon. Primary care providers and allied health professionals are encouraged to attend.

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Go Ducks!

The Slocum Foundation's Duck Parking Fundraisers have generated more than $14,000 for local school fitness and athletic programs in only the first three Duck Football home games!  

By raising the parking prices by $10.00 per space this year, the Foundation was able to expand the list of participating schools to rural and South Lane County athletic programs. In addition to high schools in the Eugene and Springfield metropolitan area, fundraisers this year benefit high school athletic programs in Lowell, Elmira, Junction City, Cottage Grove and Pleasant Hill...

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