For Residency Program Applicants 2021-2022
Due to the COVID outbreak, OHSU Neurosurgery will be doing virtual interviews this academic year. We are developing resources so applicants can learn about our program, hear from our faculty and residents, and visit campus virtually. As those resources are developed, we will be posting them on this page. Please click on the resources below to learn about our program!
OHSU Neurosurgery Residency Program - Narrated by members of OHSU residency team
OHSU Neurosurgery Residency Program Overview - Narrated by Stephen Bowden, M.D., PGY-4
A Sense of OHSU - OHSU GME Programs - YouTube video
The OHSU Office of Graduate Medical Education coordinates house staff appointments and assignments. The office also assists in assuring excellence in the training programs and in serving prospective, current and past house staff.
OHSU Neurological Surgery Virtual Sub-I Events
Join us for a glance into the OHSU neurosurgery residency program at our upcoming virtual events happening September 9th-24th. Lectures will include weekly conferences with our residents and topic overviews with our faculty. Meet with our program leadership and Chair to learn more about what makes our program unique. Hear about our residents’ current research activities or listen in on our monthly conference discussing landmark papers in neurosurgery. A special neuroanatomy session with our chair, Dr. Selden, will start off our first week of virtual events. The last event will be an OHSU GME Virtual Diversity Open House on Sept. 24.
Click the link below for more information and to sign up:
OHSU Neurosurgery Virtual Sub-I Events 2021
Application & Interview Timeline
The 2022 Match cycle will begin in fall 2021. Applications will only be accepted through ERAS, which opens for applications in September 2021. Your application should be submitted no later than October 15, 2021 for consideration.
2022 Recruiting Interviews
Session #1: Saturday, December 11th
Session #2: Friday, December 17th
Session #3: Saturday, January 22nd
Official USMLE scores for Step 1 are required to be considered for interviews. Applicants must be legally able to work in the U.S., or eligible to obtain work authorization.
If you have further questions, please feel free to contact us:
- Residency Program Director: Nathan R. Selden, M.D., Ph.D.
- Associate Program Director: Josiah Orina, M.D.
- Associate Program Director: Jesse L. Winer, M.D., FAANS
- Education Manager: Shannon Winchester