Interim Dean Selden
Interim Dean Nathan Selden

Nathan R. Selden, M.D., Ph.D.
Interim Dean, OHSU School of Medicine
Interim Executive Vice President, OHSU

Meet Dr. Selden

Bridges Alumni Magazine

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In the Fall issue of Bridges: Health care in the Klamath Basin, OHSU Hospital addition on Marquam Hill, OHSU and Legacy sign letter of intent to integrate and more.

Bridges is a magazine for alumni and friends of the OHSU School of Medicine. Click on the image to read and subscribe.

SOM Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Anti-Racism Strategic Action Plan 2021-2025

Belong, include & empower
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Match Day 2024

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Match Day 2024 was a triumph of perseverance and resilience for students who started medical school in August 2020 online in the depths of the pandemic. Read our coverage.

Around the school

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Scientia Medica Continuet — March 2024
Sharing awards, accomplishments and milestones of School of Medicine faculty, staff, learners and students who contribute to the science of medicine. This month: Drs. Yabing Chen, Lisa Corbett, Salameh Obeidat and Eriko Onishi, Hearst Scholar, the White House Challenge, Scholarly Projects and more!

School of Medicine News

OHSU program helps with life challenges so families can focus on healing 
The Medical-Legal Partnership program helps address social determinants of health through financial and other forms of aid. “This program is such a unique and beautiful thing to be able to offer, and it’s really an honor to help the families who come through our doors,” said Dr. Ladawna Gievers.

"A Day in the Life of an OHSU Student"
The Undergraduate Medical Education's Outreach, Advising, Support and Identity formation for Students (OASIS) program shared health care career information with local high school and community college students on March 2, to excite them about these professions.