What started as a grassroots grocery box program has grown into the OHSU Food Resource Center (FRC)—a welcoming, on-campus resource dedicated to nourishing the next generation of healers, caregivers, and innovators.
Thanks to a generous grant from Meyer Memorial Trust, On Track OHSU! is expanding to increase the number of underrepresented minorities in health care.
As an academic health center with a mission to support the health and well-being of all Oregonians, OHSU has a duty and responsibility to address the underlying causes of adverse health outcomes, and that includes racism.
Anthony Cheng, MD, an OHSU primary care physician, enjoys family medicine because it puts him at the intersection of science and story. His work as a clinician is grounded in listening to the patient and learning what makes them who they are. Cheng also brings that single-minded focus to his work as the medical director […]
Liam Directo is a driven, lifelong learner. An ambitious goal-setter. A passionate OHSU School of Nursing student. And a courageous advocate for transgender people. Their go-getting, fearless attitude has put Directo on a mission to improve the health care system — by working to provide accessible transgender-affirming care as a transgender person. Shifting the culture […]
Growing up as a member of the Oneida and Stockbridge-Munsee Nations in Wisconsin, Amanda Bruegl, MD, saw how difficult it was for her Native community to access good medical care. So from an early age, she resolved to be part of the solution. Originally, she thought she’d become a primary care doctor — then a […]