Interim Dean Nathan Selden in white coat
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

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.

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

Belong, include & empower
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Welcome to Scientia Medica Continuet - the 2024 Retirement Edition! 
This month we spotlight a few of our retiring members and thank them for their 312 combined years of incredible service and contributions to the OHSU community.

Around the school

New MD grads reading the Oath of Geneva
M.D. class of 2024 reciting the Oath of Geneva

Celebrating the Class of 2024’s remarkable journey through challenging times 
"Their success is a triumph of optimism and hope - for themselves and their families, for the communities in which they will practice, and for the thousands of patients who will benefit from their creativity, discovery and compassion.” —Interim Dean Nathan Selden, M.D., Ph.D.

School of Medicine News

2024 School of Medicine Honors and Awards showcases exemplary contributions from students, faculty 
The School of Medicine is proud to honor more than 160 outstanding students and faculty members this year through its Honors and Awards recognitions.

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.

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.