Or… a car is just a car, even if it isn’t

Yesterday we donated our 2002 Subaru Forester to Oregon Public broadcasting. I really love this car.

Its origin story is the end of medical school and beginning of residency. I had been five years without a car. There was…

High Points

We remain committed to supporting residency applicants

Continue to focus on your clinical training

We will not ‘punish’ applicants who managed to do two away rotations

Whether virtual or in-person, interviews will happen and be great

Our rank list goes in finalized no latter than 2/14/2022. If COVID-19 control is good and you would find it useful to visit Portland after that date but before your deadline on 3/2/2022, that is okay with us. It won’t influence our decisions, but is an option for applicants.

This is OHSU

An update for the 2021–2022 application cycle

We are so excited for our new interns, who started clinically in July. Despite all the uncertainty and change of the last application cycle, we Matched a fantastic class. Likewise, I am so proud of our graduated residents who are…

While originally read some time ago, was going through a stack of journals on my nightstand and came across this issue back from May of 2019… I know…

Article Title — Multiflora and Gram-Negative Microorganisms Predominate in Infections Affecting Pelvic Endoprostheses Following Tumor Resection

PMID: 31045667

DOI: 10.2106/JBJS.18.00836



Kenneth Gundle, MD

Orthopaedic Oncologist at OHSU & Portland VA | Sarcoma Team member at Knight Cancer Institute | Proud Oregonian, Views are my own

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