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Graduate Studies Office Hours

The staff is available Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.

Contact information:


Phone:  503-494-6222
Mailcode:  L102GS

Members of our Graduate Studies team:

Allison Fryer, PhD - Associate Dean of Graduate Studies
Jackie Wirz, PhD - Director of Professional Development Center & Graduate Student Affairs
Rick Goranflo, EdM - Graduate Studies Program Manager: 
Lori Gookin - Graduate Studies Coordinator
Brenda Donin - Graduate Studies Coordinator

Graduate Degree Programs

Program Name Email Phone
Behavioral Neuroscience 503-494-7765
Biomedical Engineering 503-418-9462
Biomedical Informatics 503-494-4794
Clinical Research - Human Investigations
Program 503-346-0370
Clinical Nutrition - Graduate Program in Human Nutrition 503-494-7596
Computer Science & Engineering 503-748-1635
Dietetic Internship Program 503-494-7596
Electrical Engineering 503-748-1635
Environmental & Biomolecular Systems 503-748-1070
    Biochemistry and Molecular
    Biology 503-748-1070
    Environmental Science and
    Engineering 503-748-1070
Healthcare Management 503-346-0370
Healthcare Management - Joint MBA with PSU 503-346-0370
Joint M.D./Ph.D.
Joint M.D./MPH 503-494-8257
Medical Physics
Neuroscience Graduate Program 503-494-6932
Physicians Assistant Studies 503-494-1484
Program in Molecular and Cellular Biosciences 503-494-3467
    Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 503-494-5824
    Cancer Biology 503-494-5824
    Cell and Developmental Biology 503-494-5824
    Molecular and Medical Genetics 503-418-9457
    Molecular Microbiology and
    Immunology 503-418-9457
    Physiology and Pharmacology 503-418-9462

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