OU Medicine earned membership in the national HLHS Consortium.
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.