BME Diversity Statement
Our goal is to create a supportive environment in BME for historically underrepresented groups not limited to but including: ethnic and racial minorities, women, IGBTQIA+ individuals, people with disabilities, veterans, and people from diverse geographic and socio-economic backgrounds. We also value differences in knowledge and backgrounds including skill-set, education, age, experience, and perspectives. We are committed to encouraging and fostering a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion through continuously improving our recruitment, retention, climate, and community partnerships.
Welcome to the Department of Biomedical Engineering in the School of Medicine at the Oregon Health & Science University. The department's research and teaching are focused on solving unmet clinical needs in the areas of cardiovascular and infectious diseases, rehabilitation medicine, and cancer.
BME consists of 35 primary faculty as well as joint and affiliate faculty from the Advanced Research Imaging Center, the OHSU Center for Spatial Systems Biomedicine (OCSSB), Casey Eye Institute, the Oregon Hearing Institute, and the Knight Cardiovascular and Cancer Centers. Read full welcome message.
- SOM Paper of the Month goes to the Nellore/Thompson labs
- Gray and Spellman Receive 2020 AACR Team Science Award
- 20+ BME Researchers Receive 2020 Research and Innovation Recognition | Page 8
- A BME community conversation on racism, diversity, equity, and inclusion - Thursday, June 25 at 4 pm
- New algorithm uses artificial intelligence to help manage type 1 diabetes
- BME students John Russo and Tia Kohs participate in MIT COVID-19 Challenge team - Go team COVInsight!
- Peter Jacobs project selected for Biomedical Innovation Program Digital Health funding
- The Conversation features Austin Nguyen, Abhinav Nellore, and Reid Thompson on genetic differences and COVID-19
- Jeremy Copperman receives Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation Fellowship
- Aronora, Inc highlighted for 2 milestones in 2019
- Summer Gibbs recognized as one of 2019 OHSU Innovators
- Peter Jacobs recognized as promising new technology developer
- Combine strengths of UO, OSU, OHSU are focus of new partnership
- From Dean Sharon Anderson: Courage and leadership at a momentous time
- Owen McCarty and AHA to Advocate in Nation's Capital | Photo
- Student Novella Bates receives OHSU Research Leadership Scholar Award
- BME grad students Geoff Schau and Erik Burlingame win $2500 Impact award
The Biomedical Engineering graduate program serves as the center of innovation for the OHSU School of Medicine. Our mission is to train students to become innovators, entrepreneurs, and scientific leaders by graduate training in the development and use of measurement and data science platforms and novel devices to understand the (patho)physiology of human health and disease in order to develop therapeutic approaches and diagnostics to solve unmet clinical needs. Learn more.