Fellowships and Training Programs

Welcome to Pulmonary, Allergy, and Critical Care Medicine at Oregon Health & Science University. Fellow education and mentorship are the heart of our division. 

Please visit each fellowship's site (linked on the left sidebar) to learn more about our fellowships.

Photograph of Fellowship directors, PCCM faculty, and fellows
Photograph of core faculty and fellows from the CCM and PCCM fellowships

While you are in Portland for your fellowship, you can take the opportunity to visit the seven wonders of Oregon! Learn more about these below.

Crater Lake

The deepest lake in the US that has incredible water clarity. It was the result of the collapse of the tall volcano peak during an eruption 7700 years ago. There are trolley rides, hikes, boat trips and beautiful lodging and camping spots.  

Two photographs of Crater Lake

Painted Hills

This is one of 3 areas that make up the John Day Fossil Beds. It shows centuries of the evolving climate in the various colors of the hills. It is best lit for photos in late afternoon. There is a wonderful Painted Cove Trail and boardwalk along with many other hikes in the area.

Two photographs of the Painted Hills

Wallowa Mountains

Along the Oregon Trail the Wallowa Mountains have many places to stop with camping, cabins, small towns and lots of mini-golf! From Wallowa Lake Village you have three options to get to the summit of Mt. Howard: hiking, horseback or the gondola!

Photograph of the Wallowa Mountains and air gondola

Columbia River Gorge

Known as the windsurfing capital of the world! There are many waterfalls, hikes, camping, water sports and more in the Columbia River Gorge. The Gorge is also home to many small town and farm to table options for food along with local breweries. There are also lots of opportunities to harvest fruits and vegetables yourself!

Photograph of the Columbia River and of Multnomah Falls

Mount Hood

Whether you visit in the winter or summer there is a lot to do at Mt. Hood. Timberline lodge was host to filming for The Shining and is a great place to stay when planning a winter getaway. It is the second most climbed mountain on Earth second only to Mt. Fuji in Japan! There are 6 ski areas, many alpine lakes and 11 glaciers. Mt. Hood also offers hikes, kayaking, an alpine slide and many farms. The roads around Mt. Hood are known as “The Fruit Loop” because of the huge variety of fresh fruits available for harvest.

A daylight and a sunset photograph of Mount Hood

Oregon Coast

There are so many places to visit on the Oregon Coast. Astoria connects to Washington State and is where Goonies was filmed! Cannon Beach is well known for its iconic horizon featuring Haystack Rock and a nationally ranked best beach hotel. Pacific City hosts a large sand dune and its own brewery right on the beach. There are small beach cabins, camping or a beautiful hotel with a lovely spa. Gearhart has some beautiful golf courses and beaches you can drive on – just make sure your car can handle the sand! Further south you can visit Newport Bay or Depoe Bay for fishing, crabbing and whale watching.

Two photographs of beaches on the Oregon Coast

Smith Rock

Located in Central Oregon, this park has some amazing rock-climbing spots! It has over 1,000 bolted routes! It is great to visit from Bend, one of the gems of Central Oregon. You can also book a hot air balloon ride over Central Oregon as another cool way to see the park. It is a dramatically different landscape from the lush Willamette Valley and instead features sharp cliffs out of volcanic rock.

Two photographs of Smith Rock