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Postoak named ANAMS president-elect

Postoak named ANAMS president-elect

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.

Molecular research the foundation of new non-addictive pain treatments

Molecular research the foundation of new non-addictive pain treatments

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.

OSU Health Care Heroes: Dr. Anil Kaul and Amanda Foster

OSU Health Care Heroes: Dr. Anil Kaul and Amanda Foster

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.

OSUCOM at the Cherokee Nation's inaugural class ready to forge a new path

OSUCOM at the Cherokee Nation's inaugural class ready to forge a new path

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.

OSU-COM's class of 2024 recount why they want to pursue medicine

OSU-COM's class of 2024 recount why they want to pursue medicine

Like most things in 2020, the orientation and White Coat ceremonies for the first-year medical students at OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine looked pretty different than it usually does.

NCWR, OSU-CHS host weeklong virtual Addiction Medicine Conference

NCWR, OSU-CHS host weeklong virtual Addiction Medicine Conference

The first full week of September, OSU Center for Health Sciences and the National Center for Wellness & Recovery will present the Addiction Medicine Conference.

Ceremony welcomes inaugural class of 54 first-year medical students

Ceremony welcomes inaugural class of 54 first-year medical students

OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation will make history Friday, July 31 by holding the first iconic White Coat ceremony marking the official opening of the nation’s first tribally-affiliated medical school.

OSU Health Care Heroes: Ivonne Mediano

OSU Health Care Heroes: Ivonne Mediano

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.

OSU Health Care Heroes: Heidi Holmes

OSU Health Care Heroes: Heidi Holmes

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.

OSU Health Care Heroes: Kristin Mattix

OSU Health Care Heroes: Kristin Mattix

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.

OSU Health Care Heroes: Barrett Hunter

OSU Health Care Heroes: Barrett Hunter

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.

OSU Medicine names 2020 Resident and Attending of the Year

OSU Medicine names 2020 Resident and Attending of the Year

OSU Medicine has named Dr. Andrew Crow, D.O., as the 2020 Resident of the Year and Dr. Erin Brown, D.O., as this year’s Attending of the Year.

Remote research elective developed in response to COVID-19 shut down

Remote research elective developed in response to COVID-19 shut down

There’s not much on the OSU Center for Health Sciences campus that hasn’t been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic including rotations for medical students. That’s when Dr. Haley O’Brien, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, came up with the idea of a remote research elective studying 3D medical imaging and its accuracy.

OSU Health Care Heroes: Aaron Molett

OSU Health Care Heroes: Aaron Molett

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.

OSU-CHS professor says CRISPR is key to stopping opioid overdose deaths

OSU-CHS professor says CRISPR is key to stopping opioid overdose deaths

Dr. Craig W. Stevens, professor of pharmacology at OSU-CHS, authored a recent scholarly paper in the Journal of Neuroscience Research that proposes altering opioid receptors in respiratory neurons utilizing CRISPR technology in order to prevent opioid overdose deaths.

OSU Health Care Heroes: Dr. Johnny Stephens

OSU Health Care Heroes: Dr. Johnny Stephens

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.

OSU Health Care Heroes: Meagan Robertson and OSU-CHS Security team

OSU Health Care Heroes: Meagan Robertson and OSU-CHS Security team

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.

OSU Health Care Heroes: Erika Teel

OSU Health Care Heroes: Erika Teel

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.

Middleton takes on role as next alumni board president

Middleton takes on role as next alumni board president

After graduating in 2013, Middleton completed the OSU family medicine residency program and then a sports medicine fellowship at Texas A&M. He returned to Oklahoma and he now practices at McBride Orthopedic Hospital in Oklahoma City and is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Family Medicine at OU Health Sciences Center.

OSU Medicine 411 virtual camp offers teens taste of medical school

OSU Medicine 411 virtual camp offers teens taste of medical school

With in-person events cancelled this summer due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, OSU Center for Health Sciences Office of Outreach and University Engagement came up with a different way to engage high school students in an effort to spark their interest in a career in medicine.

Frye named interim Commissioner of Health

Frye named interim Commissioner of Health

Col. Lance Frye, M.D., OSU Center for Health Sciences residency program director and interim department chair and clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology, was named interim Oklahoma Commissioner of Health by Gov. Kevin Stitt on Friday, May 22.

Book club gives voice to Women in Recovery

Book club gives voice to Women in Recovery

As a second year OSU medical student, Angela Clifton prepared for high-stakes conversations with her future patients by reading the book “Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes Are High,” and as a 2019 Albert Schweitzer Fellow, Clifton thought to extend the conversation to clients at Women in Recovery (WIR).

OSU TeleHealth Solution connecting rural hospitals to physician specialists during COVID-19 emergency

OSU TeleHealth Solution connecting rural hospitals to physician specialists during COVID-19 emergency

OSU Medicine is substantially increasing its telemedicine capability this week to aid rural hospitals and communities as part of Oklahoma’s COVID-19 Task Force response.

CHS student co-founds organization making face shields

CHS student co-founds organization making face shields

Rebecca Gaglia is a medical and doctoral student at OSU Center for Health Sciences. She also serves as the volunteer coordinator for Makers4Medicine, a group that makes and donates face shields for health care workers.