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
Click on the image above to read the plan.

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Celebrating our vibrant community!

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School of Medicine faculty, staff, students and trainees gathered for a community-building mixer on April 22 to meet and support the kinds of connections that are central for an academic community and a welcoming, inclusive culture.

Around the school

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Scientia Medica Continuet - May 2024
This month we highlight Drs. Anderson, Cedfeldt, Chen, Cigarroa, Dotson, Ray, Selden, Tate, Tworoger, Warren and Zelinski. Plus M.D. student Laura Chan, ORPRN poster award winners and more.

Scientia Medica Continuet, or SMC, is a monthly accolades feature recognizing School of Medicine members'  awards, accomplishments and milestones.

School of Medicine News

The Changemakers
Changemakers are dedicated individuals at OHSU who are building a future that brings health and well-being to everyone in Oregon and beyond. They include several School of Medicine members who are transforming their fields and inspiring change through innovation, empathy and hope.

Third annual Faculty Development Summit builds out a community of practice
Held Friday, April 26, the summit brought together faculty development leaders and innovators from across OHSU to learn from each other, collaborate on best practices and build a community of practice.

The School of Medicine is setting the bar nationally 
In a medical specialty that has been historically male-dominated, the OHSU Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation Residency Program stands out by being majority female. Thanks to sustained, intentional effort, 51% of residents are women compared to 21% nationally.