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OSU-CHS awarded $16 million grant to improve health in rural, tribal and urban communities

The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) recently awarded OSU Center for Health Sciences a $16 million grant to enhance the school’s recruitment, retention and training programs focused on rural, tribal, and urban and underserved populations in Oklahoma.
Recent OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine graduate Adam Warren (left) works with patient Bryce Gardner during a rheumatology rotation at Northeast Health Systems in Tahlequah in 2022.
TSET awards Project ECHO $4.5M to improve rural health care

Thu, Feb 02, 2023

The Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) Board of Directors awarded $4.5 million over three years to OSU Center for Health Sciences. The funding will be used for the expansion of Project ECHO, a program designed to improve health care in rural areas.

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OSU-CHS awarded $3.5M grant for Native American student recruitment, training

Mon, Sep 19, 2022

A $3.5 million grant recently awarded to OSU Center for Health Sciences will fund new programs and bolster existing ones aimed at recruiting and preparing Native American undergraduate students to enter medical school.

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