For Current Students
Welcome to Oregon Health & Science University!
With your program director, the graduate studies team, and myriad of student support services here at OHSU, I am here to support you throughout your student experience.
I recommend that you review the School Of Medicine Academic Regulations for Graduate Programs, as well as guidelines specific to your program. These are important references to you as a student during your time at OHSU. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask!
Allison Fryer, PhD
Associate Dean, Graduate Studies
Identify the classes you wish to register for below and note the course registration number (CRN). For detailed instructions on how to register via the Student Information Systems (SIS), please visit here. For general information pertaining to enrollment, course registration, academic history, transcripts, and/or financial aid, please visit here.
Graduate Studies Course Schedule
MGRD 650 - The Practice and Ethics of Science
Required for all incoming graduate students. This course is designed to provide an introduction to basic principles of scientific conduct and practice for graduate students pursuing careers in biomedical research. Specific topics include: laboratory safety, professional standards, use of laboratory animals and human subjects, research funding and career development. Course material will be presented primarily in the form of lectures and panel discussions, with opportunities for student discussion.
Register via Student Information System (SIS)
Non-Graduate Students (post-docs, fellows, etc.)
To register, follow the non-degree enrollment instructions found on the Office of the Registrar Forms page.
Faculty Discussion Leader Sign-Up Instructions
1. Log into Compass
2. Search for "ethics" or "650" in the upper right-hand search bar.
3. Click the "request" button for the session(s) you would like to participate in.
Compass will keep a record of your course completion, as well as send you an Outlook calendar invitation for your specific session(s).
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