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.
TCC offers three biotechnology degree programs. They also have been awarded NSF and NIH ARRA funds to develop outreach biotechnology academies to regional secondary schools. TCC is amoung the top 50 community colleges in the nation in granting associate degrees in health professions and related clinical sciences.
ROCA researchers excel in the basic sciences of aging and are able to translate their information from the laboratory bench to understanding aging and age-related diseases in humans.
The University of Oklahoma Tulsa Schusterman Center is a research and learning campus that offers Bachelor and advance degrees in nursing, medical imaging, physical therapy, public health, pharmacy and other medical and non-medical programs. The Center includes the Oklahoma Diabetes Center and the Oklahoma Bioethics Center.
Redlands Community College provides a learner-centered environment committed to academic excellence strengthened through service and civic engagement. The Redlands offer various associate degree programs in science.
The Laboratory for Molecular Biology and Cytometry Research is a state of the art facility offering a variety of services in the areas of DNA sequencing/genomics, mass spectrometry/ proteomics and flow cytometry and imaging.
OSU-Oklahoma City responds to students’ career aspirations and current business and industry workforce development needs by offering Associate in Science and applied science degree programs, certificate programs and general education programs.
OSU is one of the nation’s most comprehensive land-grant systems dedicated to providing students with an education to prepare them for success. OSU students and faculty are working to find solutions through the diverse programs and opportunities in research and technology.
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.
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 OUHSC Oklahoma Center of Neuroscience advances the science and understanding of brain-gut interactions by pursuing interdisciplinary synergistic collaborations to take advantage of cutting edge technologies and innovative research approaches to treat gastrointestinal disorders.
The CareerTech system is advancing Oklahoma’s bioscience industry by implementing workforce development initiatives such as biomedical academies, biotechnology and nanotechnology training, as well as providing customized training and services.
The Dean McGee Eye Institute is one of only a small handful of institutions in the Southwest and Midwest which offers a complete spectrum of subspecialty eye care for everything from tumors to macular degeneration as well as a nationally-ranked vision research enterprise.
Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation is a nonprofit biomedical research institute, dedicated to understanding and developing more effective treatments for human disease, focusing on such critical research areas as heart disease, cancer, lupus and Alzheimer?s disease.
The Noble Foundation is an independent, nonprofit institute conducting plant science research and agricultural programs to enhance agricultural productivity. Founded in 1945 by Lloyd Noble, the Noble Foundation?s early efforts focused on educating and encouraging area farmers and ranchers to practice land stewardship and resource conservation.
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.