Share your COVID-19 stories
April 7, 2020: How are you responding to the COVID-19 pandemic? What are the ways you are supporting your community? What are you learning? We would be delighted to hear from you. Please send us the details via email and we will share stories with fellow alumni.
Spring 2020 Bridges suspended
April 7, 2020: OHSU and our alumni community are responding to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Due to the evolving and uncertain situation, we have suspended the spring 2020 print edition of Bridges alumni magazine in order to provide timely and robust updates through our Medicine Matters e-newsletter. We invite you to stay informed and connected through Medicine Matters.
About Bridges alumni magazine
Published each spring and fall, Bridges is a magazine of people, connections and community for more than 18,000 alumni and friends of the OHSU School of Medicine. It is sent free and automatically to all alumni of record. To receive a copy or be added to the distribution list, email us.
If you have a story idea, would like to contribute to the magazine or would like to request an older issue of the magazine not displayed on this page, please contact Rachel Shafer, Bridges managing editor. Submit a class note here. Learn more about submitting an obituary.
Fall 2019 issue
Meet Christopher Ponce, OHSU's first DACA medical student. A new partnership with UC Davis to address physician workforce shortages in Oregon and California. Browse this issue
Spring 2019 issue
Alumni award winners. New health care buildings on Portland's South Waterfront. Student essay on sexual violence in medicine. 100 percent match. News and class notes. Browse this issue
Fall 2018 issue
Learn about state-sponsored provider incentive programs and the impact they are having on rural health care in Oregon. Read student Jenna Davison's essay on borrowed time. Go back in history to the making of Marquam Hill. News, class notes and more. Browse this issue
Medicine Matters e-newsletter
Medicine Matters is a periodic e-newsletter about life and work in the OHSU School of Medicine community. It is emailed to alumni, students and friends. Subscribe now.
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