Research Centers & Groups
OHPI currently includes a collaborative core among OHSU, Oregon State University, Portland State University, and the following centers.
- Center for Health and Disability Policy
- Center for Substance Abuse Policy and Research
The CBCIBM promotes trans-disciplinary research, education and collaboration in biostatistics, computing and biomedical informatics.
This unique center was formally established in April 2003 to coordinate emergency medicine research projects that can help guide health care policy. It is the only one of its kind in an academic Department of Emergency Medicine. It features four full-time faculty members with diverse backgrounds in medicine, public health, epidemiology, economics and statistics. This new center exists within the Department of Emergency Medicine and is one of the centers forming the Oregon Health Policy Institute.