About Our Program

Graduates of the Graduate Programs in Human Nutrition (GPHN) enter the field of dietetics and nutrition from a variety of backgrounds, with diverse interests, and with a passion to serve. These future leaders build on foundations established and refined by others and use innovative, evidenced-based, nutrition care and dietetics services to promote and enhance health and wellness for all people. They are efficient and effective communicators who use far-reaching, social networking mediums to disseminate information about nutrition to clients, colleagues, and the global community.

There are four options for graduate study in nutrition and dietetics at OHSU:

Virtual Open House

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Upcoming Events

Conversations in Global Health

Wednesday, December 2, 5:15pm - 6:15pm
OHSU University Hospital, Room UH 8B60

Topic: WHAT? ME WORRY? Who's Responsible for Changing the Social Determinants of Health? by Viginia Feldman, MD (Pediatrics) and George Feldman, MD (Internal Medicine); retired physicians, Kaiser Permanente.

December Fall Book Club

Monday, December 14, 4:30pm - 6:30pm
OHSU Student Center

A professional book discussion series sponsored each year for GPHN students, faculty, preceptors, and members of the OHSU community. This is a free event and we encourage you to join us even if you haven't read the books. Books: Salt Sugar Fat, Michael Moss; The Omnivore's Dilemma, Michael Pollan

December Book Club Discussion Questions

MNT Week/Research Project Presentations

Monday, December 14 - Friday, December 18
Various locations
Please contact for more details.

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