Prospective Residents & Fellows

Did You Know?

resident prepping for a femoral nerve block

OHSU resident preparing to perform a femoral nerve block.

  • Among our department's 38 residents, each will place on average over 200 peripheral nerve blocks during the course of their training
  • Our faculty have international experience in teaching regional anesthesia skills and techniques, including Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Latin America and Canada.
  • We primarily use ultrasound guidance with or without nerve stimulation.
  • We place between 1,200 and 2,000 peripheral nerve blocks annually.
  • Over 70 percent of our nerve blocks utilize continuous catheter techniques.
  • Approximately half of the patients receiving continuous nerve block catheters go home with a catheter & home pump through our innovative home pump program

Interested in Learning More?

Resident Education in Pain Medicine and Regional Anesthesia:

Pain Medicine Rotation Curriculum 

Regional Anesthesia Rotation Curriculum


Fellow Education in Pain Medicine and Regional Anesthesia:

Pain Medicine Fellowship

Regional Anesthesia Fellowship

Applicant Information

Anesthesiology Residency:

Learn more about OHSU's Anesthesiology Residency program

Apply for Residency


To find out more about the application process, please select the OHSU fellowship program of interest: