Dr. Mary M. Meyer began her long, successful career in medicine after graduating from the University of Washington, in 1979; followed by her residency in internal medicine at the Univeristy of Minnesota in 1982. After completing fellowships in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at California Pacific Medical Center, Nephrology at University of California; San Francisco, Transplantation at the Cleveland Clinic, and post-doctoral research in the Department of Pharmacology, Cardiovascular Research Institute at UC, San Francisco, Dr. Meyer received a faculty teaching job as a Professor in the Medicine Division of Nephrology & Hypertension at the Oregon Health and Science University. Today, she continues teaching and practices internal medicine at Westover Clinic in Oregon.
Education and Training
University of Washington School of Medicine
Critical Care Medicine
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Nephrology and Hypertension, Oregon Health and Science University -
- University of Minnesota Hospital
- University of Minnesota Hospital
- Pulmonary and Critical Care, California Pacific Medical Center: San Francisco; 1982, Nephrology; University of California San Francisco; 1987, Post-Doctoral Research; Pharmacology: University of California at San Francisco: 1987, Transplant Fellow; Cleveland Clinic: Cleveland, Ohio, 1989
Professional Society Memberships
- National Kidney Foundation, American Society of Nephrology, Oregon Medical Association, Metropolitan Medical Society
Articles and Publications
- 'Cadaver Kidney Transplantation in Patients More Than 65 Years old'
- 'Identical Sibling Renal Transplantation, Renal Replacement Therapies'
What do you attribute your success to?
- Curiosity and Enjoying Patients
Hobbies / Sports
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HILLSBORO, OR 97124Get Direction
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