The OHSU School of Medicine is a learning community.
Our clinicians care for patients in our hospital, clinics and, increasingly, in communities across the state, learning from and bolstering local providers and expanding access to cutting-edge care. Our researchers seek therapies for the most pernicious diseases while increasingly tapping community knowledge to tackle health disparities. And our educators innovate to prepare the next generation to advance health across and within populations.
Committed to public service, we do our work with confidence but also, increasingly, with the humility to realize what we don’t know. We are leaning in to our discomfort, widening the perspectives at the table, and listening to more voices – including those of our learners – to improve the climate of inclusion, respect and safety in our academic community. Join us.
Sharon Anderson, M.D.
Dean, OHSU School of Medicine
School of Medicine Events
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School of Medicine news
Tackling structural racism is “on us”
In her State of the School Address, Dean Sharon Anderson calls on white people to act (June 26)
Simulation helps OHSU health care workers, students prepare for COVID-19
Artificial lungs, mock ICU offer practice before patient surge (May 6)
Sounding the alarm with data
OHSU data scientist Peter Graven leads efforts to ‘flatten the curve’ in Oregon (Apr. 21)