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OSU Center for Health Sciences News

Thursday, March 22, 2012

OSU Center for Health Sciences featured at Tulsa Alumni Meeting

ShrumThe OSU Center for Health Sciences is more than a medical school. That was the central message of Dr. Kayse Shrum, OSU-CHS provost and dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine, at a board meeting of the Tulsa Chapter of the OSU Alumni Association on Tuesday at OSU-Tulsa.

“The OSU Center for Health Sciences is composed of three schools in addition to being home to our College of Osteopathic Medicine,” said Shrum, who was the guest speaker at the meeting. “Each area of CHS is producing research and doing some remarkable things in their fields.”

Some of the highlights of Shrum’s discussion included:

  • The College of Osteopathic Medicine is expanding the number of students accepted into the program as a way to combat the physician shortage in Oklahoma. Efforts are also underway to increase the number of residency programs to keep physicians in Oklahoma after they graduate.
  • The School of Forensic Sciences is one of only two programs in the nation that partners with an active crime lab on campus. CHS houses the Tulsa Police Department Crime Lab.
  • The School of Biomedical Sciences encompasses some cutting-edge research, including collaborative programs on cardiovascular research.
  • The School of Health Care Administration has the fastest growing graduate program at CHS.

Scrub Run set for April 14

Scrub Run runnersThe OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine Student Osteopathic Medicine Association is sponsoring the Osteopathic Scrub Run on Saturday, April 14 at OSU-CHS starting at 8 a.m.

The event features 10K and 5K races and a 1-mile fun run. Early entry fees for the race are $20 for the 5K and 10K and $10 for the fun run. An additional $5 is charged for race day registration.

Registration packets can be picked up at Fleet Feet Sports Tulsa. Register online at getmeregistered.com to receive a discounted entry fee.

Proceeds from the race go to support Lifeshare Transplant Donor Services of Oklahoma.

Silent Witness offers opportunity to report crimes anonymously

The OSU-CHS Silent Witness program provides an opportunity to anonymously offer information regarding any illegal or suspicious activities that occur on campus.

The program allows you to assist campus security by anonymously reporting suspicious behavior, crimes and other incidents, as well as the time and location and descriptions of person involved.

All information is confidential, and providing your contact information is optional. To file a report, visit the Silent Witness website.