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Addressing Addiction

The nationwide opioid crisis has definitely made it to Oklahoma — and the National Center for Wellness & Recovery at OSU Medicine is leading the battle against it.
Osteopath manipulative treatment (OMT) is being evaluated by researchers at OSU Medicine for its use in helping treat pain without opioids.
OSU drone research partnership aims to improve emergency responses

Mon, Sep 09, 2019

When storms knock out roads and bridges, one of the biggest challenges for emergency managers is getting supplies into the affected areas. New research at Oklahoma State University is looking to meet that challenge through the air.

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Medication collection program aims to combat opioid crisis in Oklahoma

Mon, Jan 28, 2019

Palace Drug, a locally owned pharmacy in Cleveland, Oklahoma, has become the first pharmacy to join forces with Oklahoma State University’s Prevention Programs (OSUPP), the Product Stewardship Institute (PSI) and Covanta Environmental Solutions to collect and safely destroy leftover pharmaceuticals free of charge.

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$11.1 million for OSU pioneering respiratory disease research

Mon, Aug 20, 2018

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded $11.1 million to a major biomedical research center at Oklahoma State University to continue the work of more than 60 scientists from three research institutions in the state. OSU’s Oklahoma Center for Respiratory and Infectious Diseases (OCRID) received the grant to fund a second, five-year phase of the center’s research mission begun in 2013 when it was founded.

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Healing from the Heart

Tue, May 01, 2018

Jawad Trad takes his alma mater’s focus on service to heart, first as a surgeon and then as a humanitarian.

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