Student, faculty and staff researchers at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences and OSU-Tulsa take an innovative approach to discover solutions to problems affecting Oklahomans. Studies on cancer, DNA and RNA analysis, developing new materials, heart disease, diabetes, autism, family relationships and others are making advances in medicine, biomedical sciences, human sciences, engineering and forensic sciences. Research is an important way OSU in Tulsa is ensuring a brighter future for our state.
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Pictured above: Roy Ward, D.O., OSU family medicine resident, presents a case study on esophageal cancer to David Wallace, Ph.D., OSU-CHS assistant dean for research, and Charles Sanny, Ph.D., OSU-CHS biochemistry chair, at OSU in Tulsa's Research Day.