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Associate Dean Allison Fryer reflects on science and Lord Voldemort

Associate Dean Allison Fryer reflects on science and Lord Voldemort

September 30, 2010
Appointed as Associate Dean for Graduate Studies in June 2008, Allison Fryer, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Medicine, oversees almost 600 students enrolled in 26 programs. Demanding as this role is, it is one she fills in addition to her other ...
Falling in love with chromosomes

Falling in love with chromosomes

September 25, 2010
A 1984 graduate of the PhD program, Susan B. Olson, PhD, Professor, Department of Molecular & Medical Genetics, was unsure how she would use her undergraduate biology degree. While studying at Lewis & Clark College in Portland she took an embryology ...
A passion for rural medicine rooted in an OHSU experience

A passion for rural medicine rooted in an OHSU experience

August 19, 2010
Rural Oregon is vast. Consequently, Oregonians who live in the far corners of the state – and the physicians who provide their care – need an ambitious champion to voice their unique needs. Lisa Grill Dodson, M.D. R’91, Associate Professor, Department ...
Recent grads Sarah Bergman and Svetlana Zubkova in Honduras

Recent grads Sarah Bergman and Svetlana Zubkova in Honduras

June 05, 2010
Among the 219 individuals eligible to receive Masters or PhD degrees at the 2010 School of Medicine Hooding Ceremony are two who have already placed their education in the service of others. Svetlana Zubkova (left) and Sarah Bergman (below, right) ...

10 Class President Sharl S. Azar to continue to call OHSU home

June 01, 2010
Sharl S. Azar, President of the 2010 class, is a Portland native and Lewis & Clark College graduate. He matched in internal medicine at OHSU, his top choice, after interviewing at nine other medical centers including several in the East. "What really ...

A Fresh Contingent of ‘Troops’ Set to Enter the Health Care Fray

May 27, 2010
June graduations at OHSU will put more ‘boots on the ground’ in the battle to plug a growing health care work force gap that likely will get wider when federal reforms take full effect in 2014 The first new contingent of physicians, registered nurses, ...
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