Dean Nathan Selden in white coat
Dean Nathan Selden

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

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Bridges Alumni Magazine

Cover of the Spring edition of the Bridges Magazine
In the Spring issue of Bridges: The journey of Winding Waters Clinic in Wallowa County, the 2024 Alumni Awardees, reflecting on life and loss during a clinical rotation in Madras, and more.

Bridges is the flagship magazine for alumni of the OHSU School of Medicine. Click on the image to read. Email to subscribe.

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

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The School of Medicine applauds the 137 faculty members who have been promoted or tenured this year. 2024 is a milestone for female faculty advancement, marking the first time more women than men advanced to full professor. Congratulations all!

Around the school

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Incoming residents and fellows at a GME welcome mixer in July 2024

Incoming medical residents and fellows settle in at OHSU 
The arrival of 316 new residents and fellows this summer pushes the OHSU School of Medicine Graduate Medical Education Program to more than 1,000 trainees and more than 100 programs, among the largest GME operations in the country and still growing. 

School of Medicine News

Mary Heinricher, Ph.D. named Senior Associate Dean for Research
Dr. Heinricher will work closely with Dean Nathan Selden to oversee the School of Medicine's research program and its relationships with other research programs at OHSU. 

Dr. Erik Brodt promoted to Associate Dean of Native American Health
Dr. Brodt's promotion recognizes the family medicine physician's leadership of the Northwest Native American Center of Excellence and its success in increasing American Indian and Alaskan Native representation in medicine.

OHSU honors faculty members awarded endowed positions 
In recognition of their important work and thanks to the generosity and vision of donors to the OHSU Foundation, 54 outstanding faculty members across OHSU were awarded endowed positions from 2019 to 2024.