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Equity in Education podcast: Daniel and Nelly

Medical students Nelly Nouboussi and Daniel Tshala talk about their journey to medical school, scholarships and how they want to change the future of health care to improve equity.

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Patient Stories

Julia Folkl gets a second chance at life after brain tumor

A brain tumor threatened to derail Julia Folkl's life when she was 13 years old. After a successful surgery at Doernbecher Children's Hospital and lengthy rehabilitation process, Julia is thriving, an...

Students & Alumni

Connections past and present influence Jacob Smith on his path to becoming a healer

Medical student Jacob Smith reflects on how his patient experience at Doernbecher influenced his goals today and how OHSU helped him realize his own culturally rooted call to heal.

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Catching up with OHSU’s 40 Under 40

Learn what's happening with four OHSU alums who were named Portland Business Journal's 40 Under 40 in the last few years.

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Equity in Education: A Conversation with José Manuel Carrillo-Castro, ’24 and Mahtab Brar, ’24

Jose Carrillo-Castro, M.D. ’24 and Mahtab Brar, M.D. ’22, talk about their experiences as medical students — and how they’re pushing forward inclusive change in medicine.

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Three graduate students named Lacroute Fellows

The Lacroute Fellows Program invests in School of Medicine graduate education, by supporting exceptional students performing innovative research in the Vollum/OHSU Neuroscience Graduate Program.

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Building bridges between public health and medicine

As a medical student at OHSU, Marissa Song Mayeda wants to bridge the gap between public health, health policy and medicine.

Students & Alumni

Pioneering family plans to give back to OHSU students

School of Medicine alumnus Robert Wah, M.D. '83, has deep roots in the Oregon medical community, starting in John Day in the 1880s.

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