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Research Partnerships

OKStars Summer Research Program

The OKStars Summer Research Program provides high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to participate in cutting-edge research. The program includes in-depth work with a research team, access to modern instrumentation and potential opportunities to participate in publications and presentations. Learn More.

Tulsa Research Partners

OSU Center for Health Sciences is involved in the Tulsa Research Partners group, an independent research consortium created to impact multidisciplinary collaborations and award research grants to support technology development projects in software, IT cyber-security, advanced materials, telecom, bio-life and alternative energy sciences.

Oklahoma Innovation Institute

The Tulsa Research Partners are part of the Oklahoma Innovation Institute, which is a non-profit corporation committed to building an innovative economy in the Tulsa region.

The Oklahoma Innovation Institute, fosters collaborative research and development, entrepreneurship, company creation and retention, life-long learning and creative, future-oriented thinking. The objectives are driven by private sector, government and philanthropic partnerships.

Tulsa Area Bioscience Education and Research Consortium

OSU-CHS is also active in the founding, development and implementation of the Tulsa Area Bioscience Education and Research Consortium (TABERC). TABERC was founded to develop bioscience research in Tulsa through multidisciplinary and collaborative approaches to undergraduate and graduate education and technical training.

TABERC is currently comprised of nine Tulsa area institutes of higher education. This collaborative partnership will position Tulsa and the surrounding area to be a leader in bioscience education, training, research and innovation by utilizing assets of all area institutions of higher education.