Medical students who want to prepare for a career as a health care professional at one of Oregon’s only schools of medical and health research do not have to look any further than the Oregon Health and Science University in Portland, Oregon.
Students have access to a wide variety of research opportunities where they will work alongside the university’s faculty of medical professionals. Whether they want to volunteer in outreach projects like Youth Health Service Corps or complete experiential programs at local Oregon hospitals and clinics, students will have access to enriching learning opportunities.
The university offers academics through its four schools:
Each school has its own admissions requirements. For more information on how to enroll in a program that interests you, please contact OHSU.
To enhance your studies, OHSU offers fellowship and residency programs that feature intensive training in areas like patient care, communication skills and medical terminology so that you can be a highly trained, competent practitioner. Some of the many programs include:
- Anesthesiology Critical Care Medicine
- Dermatologic Surgery
- Hand Surgery
- Maternal Fetal Medicine
To help its students cover tuition costs, OHSU offers eligible students financial aid through federal direct student loans and state agency programs like the Oregon Student Access Commission.
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