Students with interest in exploring the variety of occupations that medicine offers will find Project Lead the Way’s Biomedical Sciences program a fantastic doorway to a future in the industry.
OSU Office of Research and Technology Transfer provides access to a variety of research and technology services at OSU including intellectual property management, proposal development, university reseach services, collaboration and partnership development.
OFDR?s mission is to advance basic science and clinical research in gastrointestinal disease, treat patients with such diseases, participate in the training of physicians, and to educate the public about gastrointestinal illnesses.
The Harold Hamm Oklahoma Diabetes Center is a program established by the University of Oklahoma with the goal of promoting the well-being of all people with, or at high risk of, diabetes in Oklahoma, regardless of ethnic background or financial status.
The mission of ADURS is to provide a forum of leadership and support for the individuals active in drug utilization review to obtain information, develop skills, and receive training to efficiently and effectively perform their duties.
Tulsa Tech is a career and technology center school district dedicated to preparing people for success in the workplace. Tulsa Tech helps high school and adult students from accross the Tulsa region explore new careers, upgrade their training and skills, and pursue their dreams.
The Biomedical Engineering program works to provide students with a fundamental education in health science and biomedical engineering, allowing them to learn and adapt new technologies to solve health related problems in an ever-changing workplace.
CELDi helps industry partners excel by leveraging their supply chain to achieve a distinguishable, sustainable difference.
The Flow and Image Cytometry Laboratory provides the University of Oklahoma research community with state-of-the-art cell analysis and sorting instrumentation, and the technical expertise to best utilize this technology.
The University of Oklahoma Center for Electromagnetic Compatibility’s goal is to serve as an independent center dedicated to the investigation of issues related to the electromagnetic compatibility of electronic equipment with wireless devices.
The University of Oklahoma Intellectual Property Management Office administers the university’s Intellectual Property policy and is responsible for economic development and technology-related activities, including private industry and governmental relationships.
The Stephenson Life Sciences Research Center houses the research and administrative functions of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry as well as a number of chemists, biochemists and other life science researchers.
OSU continues to expand research efforts, addressing the critical issues in further establishing renewable energy industries. Areas of emphasis include enhancing productivity of potential feedstocks, improving conversion technologies, and optimizing the value of co-products and by-products.
The HBRC is OSU-Stillwater’s only building dedicated exclusively to research. ?Designed with modern features, this state-of-the-art facility brings together researchers from different departments who collaborate on projects at the cutting-edge of modern research.
The (ACGT) is a world class Genome Center applying high throughput, state-of-the-art DNA sequencing technology and computer-based automated genome annotation to address important and significant biological, biomedical and agricultual problems at the genome level.