Comprehensive training

The OHSU MD/PhD program considers applicants nationally without geographical preference. Oregon residents and non-Oregon residents are considered equally.

Our program offers superb training in a wide range of scientific disciplines and laboratories, and also includes a structured exposure to clinical and translational research through our NIH-funded Clinical Translational Science Award. In addition to four years of study in our MD Program, students may choose to pursue graduate level research training in a variety of fields including Molecular and Cellular Biosciences, Neuroscience, Behavioral Neuroscience, Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology, and Quantitative Biosciences &  Biomedical Engineering.  

MD/PhD Curriculum
Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Institute

Information sessions

Monthly information sessions are held for prospective MD/PhD students on select Wednesdays. Please review our Admissions page for more information and upcoming dates! Feel free to contact us with any other questions. 

Admissions Information Sessions
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Program highlights

Awards

The OHSU MD/PhD program requires students to submit a F30 award, with approximately a two-thirds success rate.
A 2010 OHSU News article highlights this accomplishment 

Residency Match

OHSU MD/PhD graduates match at residencies across the nation
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Funding

OHSU's MD/PhD program is a fully funded program covering tuition, fees, and health insurance, and providing stipends to all enrolled students. 

Funding is provided by the OHSU School of Medicine, endowed funds, and by the National Institute Of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number 5T32GM109835 "Medical Scientist Training Program of Oregon Health & Science University." 
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