Fellowship in Emergency Medicine
The purpose of the OHSU Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program is to train clinician-scientists who will become leaders in emergency care research. This two-year fellowship program in Emergency Medicine Research combines health services and clinical research, didactic studies in research methods and biostatistics, and emergency medicine. Fellows select research projects tailored to their individual interests within the broad range of health services and clinical research.
Emergency Care Research K12 Program
Since 2012, the Oregon Emergency Care Research - Multidisciplinary Training Program, now jointly funded by the NHLBI, NIMH, and NINR, prepares multidisciplinary clinician-scientists for independent research careers and academic leadership roles in Emergency Medicine and related specialties. Each scholar may receive up to 3 years of funding, with 75% protected time for research (NIH grant #5K12HL133115).
This program is not currently recruiting new candidates.
OHSU Fellowship for Diversity in Research
The goal of the OHSU Fellowship for Diversity in Research (OFDIR) is to address the need for increased representation of minoritized races/ethnicities in STEM at the postdoctoral level. Fellowships are available for postdoctoral training in all scientific areas of study at OHSU. OFDIR Fellows will receive mentored research training and opportunities to build community with and receive support from other scientists who identify as members of a racial or ethnic group underrepresented in STEM. Explore the fellowship website to learn more about the benefits of the OFDIR program, how to apply, and to meet current and former OFDIR fellows.
The Clinical Research Investigative Studies Program (CRISP) represents the research arm of the OHSU Department of Emergency Medicine. This program provides an opportunity for pre-health students with a serious interest in health careers to work in a busy academic emergency department, interact with patients, and gain clinical knowledge. In addition to the clinical side of things, the CRISP Research Assistants also learn the basics of clinical research.