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Graduate College

Research-Intensive Mission

Research is central to OUHSC's mission as a comprehensive academic health center. Extramural grant funding enables our graduate faculty to support more than 300 students pursuing advanced degrees in Biomedical Sciences, Clinical & Translational Sciences, and Allied- and Public Health-related disciplines. In addition to a highly collaborative and interdisciplinary campus environment, OUHSC partners with OMRF, Dean A. McGee Eye Institute, Harold Hamm Diabetes Center, and the Peggy & Charles Stephenson Cancer Center, all of which are adjacent to campus and home to renowned faculty and clinicians. Research is conducted in state-of-the-art facilities, with an emphasis on bench-to-bedside innovations for several critical disease areas along with population health and minimizing healthcare disparities.  

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Cancer

Neuroscience

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Individual Health

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Diabetes

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Vision

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Infectious Disease

Population Studies

Research By the Numbers

$190 Mil

Awarded in Research Funding, 2020

31

Research-Based Programs

~400

Graduate Faculty Researchers
 

The OUHSC Graduate College is part of a collaborative campus environment that includes 7 distinct colleges along with the Stephenson Cancer Center, Harold Hamm Diabetes Center, Dean A. McGee Eye Institute, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF), and OKC Innovation District.