Visiting Medical Student Program

Fourth-year medical students interested in a visiting rotation with the Department of Urology at OHSU should go to the OHSU Visiting Students webpage and the Visiting Student Learning Opportunities website for more information.

Description of visiting rotation

This rotation is intended for fourth-year students considering a career in Urology. Students function in a sub-intern role with house staff and faculty on the urology service and participate in all educational activities of the OHSU urology program.

Students can expect to observe and participate in the management of a wide variety of adult & pediatric urological disorders in an outpatient, inpatient, and operative setting. Students will be exposed to the full range of urologic subspecialties, including urologic oncology, pediatric urology, male infertility, stone disease, female and male reconstructive urology. Students will spend 2 weeks at OHSU and 2 weeks at Doernbecher. Students will give a presentation at the weekly departmental Grand Rounds at the end of the rotation.

2023 Rotation block dates:

6/26/23 – 7/21/23

7/24/23 – 8/18/23

8/21/23 – 9/15/23

For questions or additional information about the Visiting Medical Student Program, please contact the Residency Program Coordinator, Susi Driscoll, by email or by calling 503-418-9132.

Scholarship for URiM Urology rotation

OHSU Department of Urology is proud to offer two scholarships for visiting students from underrepresented backgrounds in medicine (Black, African American, LatinX and Hispanic)

  1. We are pleased to announce the American Bladder Cancer Society Medical Student Scholarship. This fund will provide an annual stipend of $3000 to underrepresented minority students who do visiting rotations in urology at OHSU. We thank the American Bladder Cancer Society for their generous donation and commitment to our support for diversity, equity and inclusion in the field of urology.
  2. The OHSU Department of Urology also offers Financial assistance (A grant of $2500) to help cover the significant expense of doing an away rotation.