The Wy’east Post-Baccalaureate Pathway is about to enter its second year. The Pathway is the cornerstone of NNACoE’s work, assisting students achieve entry into medical school. The application for the Pathway will open April 1, 2019. To find out more about what the Pathway offers, review our Brochure and Wy’east FAQ 2019.
NNACoE’s second medical school applicant workshop will take place on May 4th, 2019 in Portland, Oregon. In partnership with the University of Washington and Washington State University, Oregon Health & Science University will host this one day workshop aimed at preparing American Indian and Alaska Native pre-medical students who are actively planning to apply to […]
Sept. 18, 2018 Jake Smith knew that the Wy’East Post-Baccalaureate Pathway was for him as soon as he learned about it. The new pathway, created by the Northwest Native American Center of Excellence at OHSU, prepares American Indian and Alaska Native students to excel as medical students and physicians. Smith is a member of the […]
Dove Spector is a senior research assistant with the Northwest Native American Center of Excellence. She supported the grant writing team for the launch of the center, where a number of programs support the primary mission — to recruit, train and retain Native Americans into the medical profession. What is your research and why is […]
The Tribal Health Scholars at the clinic—Lynden Harry, Kaliyah Iverson and Enrique Ramirez— are seeing first-hand the work of health professionals. Over the next several weeks they will spend Monday mornings at the Warm Springs clinic, learn- ing about a variety of health ca- reers. During the final weeks of nine-week program, the students will […]
Meet our director Dr. Erik Brodt. You can see his full story here Dr. Brodt’s Story> Erik grew up near Chippewa Falls, WI and spent summers with family in the rural areas around Bemidji, MN. Dr. Brodt is excited to return to the Pacific Northwest after spending a short time away. In addition to caring […]