The Stephenson Cancer Center welcomes a new tobacco regulatory scientist, Amy Cohn, Ph.D., to join a growing team of researchers dedicated to reducing the burden of tobacco-related diseases and deaths in Oklahoma.
Dr Ralf Janknecht awarded a five-year, $1.78 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to further evaluate a particular molecule’s potential in reducing cancer metastasis.
For smokers who are trying to quit, what if a smartphone app could predict when they are most likely to relapse and light a cigarette? Such technology has been created at the Oklahoma Tobacco Research Center.
OU Medicine orthopedic surgeon David C. Teague, M.D., is serving as president of the Orthopaedic Trauma Association, an organization that advances research, education and patient care for orthopedic trauma surgeons in the United States and Canada.
Faculty members at the University of Oklahoma College of Allied Health have been awarded a $1.25 million federal grant for a training program that meets the needs of children with disabilities, the health professionals who serve them, and the physical and occupational therapists of tomorrow.
Rajagopal Ramesh, Ph.D., a researcher at the Stephenson Cancer Center at OU Medicine, recently received a five-year, $1.6 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to further study a gene that shows promise in suppressing tumor cells.