Oklahoma’s comprehensive academic health system is now known as OU Health. The new brand identity represents the combined efforts of OU Medicine and the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and reflects a focus and commitment to improving the health of all Oklahomans.
OU Medicine has launched a public health awareness campaign to help Oklahomans understand how they can help stop the spread of COVID-19.
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.
OUHSC faculty members receive federal grant to assist U.S. DoD in addressing problematic sexual behavior of youth in the military.