Dr. Robert Welliver is part of an OU team working to develop a vaccine for RSV — respiratory syncytial virus — the bane of infants and their parents worldwide.
Through BioShare, OBI will supply researchers with stem cells and other blood products, said Charles Mooney, the blood bank’s vice president of New Ventures & Quality Management.
As he pursued a master’s degree in Biochemistry in his native India, Kumar Sripathirathan was drawn to the library at the American consulate in the city of Chennai along India’s southeast coast.
There were some natural concerns among Oklahomans back in 1998 when Texas native Tommy Harlan put together a venture capital fund and began investing in life science startups spun out of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.
When OU professor Madeleine Cunningham was a child growing up in Mississippi, her father drove her through the Southern forests and explained his work as a botanist and forestry expert.
Check out this great post in the Wired Innovation Insights blog by Melissa Megginson with Oklahoma City’s Tailwind. Melissa talks about what she’s learned from working at a startup.
Dr. Richard Kopke leaned across a conference table at Oklahoma City’s Hough Ear Institute to place a piece of paper in front of me. It was a line chart reflecting the hearing loss suffered by a 26-year-old U.S. Marine.
A new learning opportunity presents itself on March 26, when the Oklahoma Biosciences Association presents the 2014 BioSummit and BioScience Awards Dinner at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel.