The OHSU Department of Emergency Medicine offers world-class learning facilities and technology to train the next generation of emergency medicine physicians.
OHSU Emergency Medicine #2 in NIH Funding 2017
The Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research has finalized their rankings of NIH funding awards for U.S. medical schools for 2017. OHSU's Department of Emergency Medicine research, landed firmly in the number two spot in the nation for 2017 with $4,993,674 in funding. In addition to the overall achievement, seven OHSU EM faculty members found themselves in the top NIH funded principal investigators for Emergency Medicine research.
Dr. Sheridan awarded 2nd OHSU Biomedical Innovation Program Grant
David Sheridan, M.D., assistant professor of emergency medicine, was awarded funding to commercially develop a simple, non-invasive dehydration monitoring device, HydraSense. The team will focus on two markets. In developed countries, the device can reduce costs of unnecessary medical visits.
BDMS healthcare providers visit OHSUmumu ED
Two groups of emergency physicians and nurses representing Thailand's Bangkok-Dusit Medical Services visited our ED to learn more about the practice of emergency medicine in the United States.
IDEA-EM establishes collaboration with University of Portland
IDEA-EM partners with UP biomedical engineering program to annually collaborate on new products.
Drs. Daya and Sun lead new research hub
Mohamud Daya, M.D., M.S., and Benjamin Sun, M.D., M.P.P., to lead new, NIH-funded, national research hub at OHSU. They will join a network of 11 other hub sites across the country in the new program known as SIREN, or Strategies to Innovate Emergency Care Clinical Trials Network.