TSET Health Promotion Research Center researcher looking at longer-term effectiveness of incentive-based smoking cessation for socioeconomically disadvantaged smokers.
Researcher Amy Cohn, Ph.D. receives $75,000 grant to investigate trajectory of electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDs, e-cigarettes) use across pregnancy.
Study aims to provide data and insights that can be used by policymakers, public health professionals, and researchers in Oklahoma.
$2.5 million federal grant focuses on treating chronic pain among older adult population with emphasis on decreasing opioid use.
Researchers from Tulsa CARES, Hudson College of Public Health, OU-TU School of Community Medicine to develop and test novel "food as medicine" intervention for individuals affected by HIV/AIDS.
CAR-T treatment genetically modifies a patient's own immune cells to recognize and attack cancer cells.
Researcher at Stephenson Cancer Center conducting study to help inform FDA decision whether to ban menthol-flavored cigarettes.
OU College of Medicine researcher and physician, Matlock Jeffries, M.D., receives $1.6M grant from NIH for osteoarthritis research.