Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) affects more people in the world than any other genetic disease. Globally, almost one-half million babies die from SCD each year. The SCCF has discovered a treatment that promises permanent relief from the suffering, pain and premature death caused by SCD.
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.
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.
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.
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.
OU provides the best possible educational experience for their students through excellence in teaching, research and creative activity, and service to the state and society. OU has diverse and integrated bioscience and technology degree programs, research projects, facilities and nation and international partnerships.
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.
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.
OUHSC educates students to become highly qualified health services practitioners, educators, and research scientists; to conduct research and creative activities for the advancement of knowledge through teaching and development of skills; and to provide continuing education, public service, and clinical care of exemplary quality.
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 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.
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.
Ranked among the nations Top 100 Universities, The University of Tulsa is a private, comprehensive doctoral, research university. The Institute of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology at the University of Tulsa maintains a vision of excellence in education, research and service in the emerging fields of bioinformatics and computational biology.