Theses, dissertations, articles, portfolios and other scholarly work produced by OHSU students and faculty
    Theses, dissertations, and capstones produced by students at the Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology
    Stock photos OHSU staff may use for work purposes
    OHSU produced material celebrating the vibrancy of the Humanities within a health sciences university
    Documents from Drug Approval Packages generated by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
    Rare books on monkeys, apes, and other non-human primates published between the 18th and early 20th centuries
    19th-20th century publications on naturopathy, homeopathy, nutrition, and hygiene from NCNMs library
    Articles clarifying topics relating to statistical biophysics over a range of levels to help researchers, teachers, and students
    A comprehensive thalamocortical projection map, with a quantitative description of the thalamic origin of 19 cortical targets
    Reflections on Healthcare Management is a peer-reviewed, open access anthology dedicated to highlighting student work from the Division of Management in OHSU’s School of Medicine.
    Public health surveys, early medical journals, records of the Peoples Institute and Portland Free Dispensary, papers from the early career of Dr. Esther Pohl Lovejoy, records of state institutions, and more
    Selected interview transcripts from the OHSU Oral History Program
    Preserved copies of select websites for OHSU, and its partners and student organizations
    This project arose from an identified need for health professions teachers to help students visualize pathophysiological conditions in skin of various colors, increase their awareness of issues related to health and diversity, and prepare them for more effective clinical work with their future patients. The Repository is a separate collection in OHSU’s existing Digital Asset Management System (DAMS) that contains diverse digital images for educational use.
    Improving Addiction Care Team (IMPACT) hospital-based addiction care resources are training materials from a Substance Use Disorder (SUD) in hospital care ECHO telementoring program.
    Abstracts, conference presentations, and other materials associated with Research Week, an annual university-wide event that celebrates research performed by students, faculty, postdocs, and staff across all schools, centers, institutes and education programs.
    Projects highling the achievements of nursing participating in a collaborative endeavor between OHSU and the VA in Portland