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Wed, Oct 28, 2020
The OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation will showcase more than 100 pieces of Native American art once the facility is completed.
Mon, Oct 26, 2020
With a $2 million gift, The Hardesty Family Foundation has made a commitment to fuel transformative research at the National Center for Wellness & Recovery. In recognition of the contribution, OSU is naming a recently acquired 49,000-square-foot medical complex in south Tulsa the Hardesty Center for Clinical Research and Neuroscience.
Tue, Oct 13, 2020
Last year, Brandon Postoak served as the first osteopathic medicine liaison for the Association of Native American Medical Students (ANAMS). Now the third-year OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine student serves as the organization’s president-elect.
Wed, Sep 09, 2020
Through molecular research, scientists at the National Center for Wellness & Recovery at Oklahoma State University are seeing promising treatment alternatives that would allow physicians to treat pain without opioids or the devastating side effects of opioids.
Thu, Aug 13, 2020
OSU Health Care Heroes is a series highlighting those from the OSU-CHS community who have gone above and beyond during the COVID-19 pandemic to serve their institution, community and state.
Thu, Aug 13, 2020
While the year 2020 has been memorable for many unforeseen reasons, it was always going to be historic to the students, faculty and staff of OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation.
About OSU Center for Health Sciences
OSU Center for Health Sciences is an academic health center comprised of the College of Osteopathic Medicine, the School of Biomedical Sciences, the School of Forensic Sciences, the School of Healthcare Administration and the School of Allied Health. OSU Center for Health Sciences educates osteopathic physicians, scientists, allied health professionals and health care administrators with an emphasis on serving rural and underserved Oklahoma. OSU Center for Health Sciences also serves as a major health care provider through an extensive clinic system in Tulsa and partnership with our teaching hospital, OSU Medical Center.
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