Comprehensive Training

Admissions Note

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


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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Congratulations to the OHSU MD/PhD 2018 Graduates!
  • Baylor College of Medicine, Otolaryngology Residency
  • Duke University, Pediatric Residency Programs
  • OHSU, Internal Medicine Residency Program
  • Stanford Medicine:
    • Anesthesia Residency
    • Pathology Residency
  • University of Rochester, Orthopaedics Residency Program
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison, Otolaryngology Residency