Evan Los, M.D.
First year fellow
Evan Los is honored to be completing pediatric endocrinology training at Doernbecher Children's Hospital. He completed undergraduate studies at University of Puget Sound prior to medical school and then pediatric residency at Oregon Health & Science University. He especially appreciates getting to know kids and their families and working together as a team. His research interests are in type 1 diabetes, Turner syndrome, chronic disease management, quality improvement. He enjoys the academic environment of teaching pediatric residents and medical students. He also enjoys bicycling, hiking, cooking, and traveling with his wife and young son.
George Ford, M.D.
Second year fellow
My undergraduate and medical school training was at the University of Washington in Seattle. I completed an undergraduate major in Russian Language and Literature with a minor in Medical Ethics and History. I completed my pediatrics residency at Dartmouth in New Hampshire. I am currently focused on my clinical work which I greatly enjoy. I also enjoy teaching residents and medical students. I am looking forward to future opportunities for clinical research and will be starting classes in the Human Investigation Program this year. I am excited for the excellent research opportunities provided at OHSU. I also remain interested in medical ethics and hope to integrate this focus into my career.
I grew up in Salt Lake City until I was a teenager and then moved to Graham, Washington where I completed High School. I loved my time in New England during my general pediatric training but am excited to be back in the Northwest and closer to family. So far I am really enjoying living in Portland.
I am married with 3 children and my primary interests outside of work are centered on spending quality time with my family. We enjoy going to the park, swimming, going to the library, and dance parties. I personally enjoy reading, politics, good movies, cooking, dancing, complex board games and hiking to waterfalls.