The departments of Family Medicine and Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation sponsor an ACGME-Accredited Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship. The program holds clinics at OHSU Family Medicine at Gabriel Park, Richmond, Scappoose and in Orthopaedics at the Center for Health & Healing. Read more.
Family Medicine Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
The OHSU Postdoctoral Fellowship in Family Medicine Research is a two-year program where under the mentorship of a senior researcher, fellows develop the skills needed to study and improve health care quality in primary care settings. Experiential learning on an active research study is complemented with didactic opportunities across the OHSU community, including a Fellowship Seminar Series. Depending on an individual's focus, experience-based learning opportunities and curriculum can be adapted to prepare a fellow for an academic research, health policy, public health and clinician research career.
Up to two fellowships are awarded annually. Individuals who have completed an MD, PhD, or equivalent doctoral degree are eligible to apply. Applications for the fall of 2016 are being accepted now through April 30, 2016. Fellows receive a competitive salary with benefits.Read more and apply.
This one-year fellowship provides instruction in the teaching, administration and management skills needed to become an academic leader in family medicine. Faculty fellows are recruited from a national candidate pool of recent graduates of a family medicine residency. We are not accepting applications for this fellowship at this time.