All applications materials are to be submitted to the HIP program coordinator by July 15th. Applications will be considered on a space available basis after this date. All applications are reviewed at one time and applications will be notified of admission decisions by mid-August.
Graduate students currently enrolled in a Ph.D. program at OHSU should contact the HIP program office before submitting an online application to learn about additional application material requirements.
Application Instructions: HIP Non-degree Track
1. Complete the online applicationApply Now.
Once you log into the select Human Investigations Program for Fall 2013. Choose non-degree as the planned course of study.
Submit the following material by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org:
3. In a SUPPORTING DOCUMENT, please answer the following questions.
- After carefully looking over the non-degree track information, course descriptions and the class schedule, list each class that you wish to take including the term, year and whether you wish to audit the course or take for academic credit. List your planned courses for each year that you plan to participate. Note that you will receive a confirmation of courses that you may enroll in when you receive acceptance into the program. More information for non-degree track
- Indicate if you are required by your fellowship program to take classes in the HIP program.
Submit the following material by mail or personally deliver to:
Human Investigations Program, MAIL CODE: BICCOregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Road
Oregon Health & Science University
Portland, OR 97239-3098
Located on the 5th floor of the Biomedical Informatics Communication Center (BICC or Library Building), on the OHSU campus, BICC 526F. We're in the first row of cubicles on the east side.
4. COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS.You must provide an official transcript from the university or college that granted your doctoral degree. The transcripts must arrive in a sealed envelope and should be mailed directly to the HIP program. Alternatively, If you submit the transcripts personally, they must be in a sealed (unopened), original envelope. A notarized copy of your doctoral degree diploma is acceptable if a graduate from a foreign university.