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SDG 3: Good Health and Well-Being

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New UTulsa Concussion Center offers resources, support

More than 75% of the 2.8 million traumatic brain injuries (TBI) occurring…

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Celebrating Oklahoma’s first class of nurse anesthetists

The University of Tulsa’s Oxley College of Health & Natural Sciences honored…

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Fighting stigma through novel research of cannabinol synthesis 

While full prohibition of cannabis use is now limited to just four…

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Work in media helps Presidential Professor better understand students

As a University of Tulsa Presidential Professor teaching audio journalism and co-teaching…

Public Defenders Clinic grows advocacy skills for TU Law students

Navigating the legal justice system for those incarcerated in Oklahoma can be…

Groundbreaking study reveals insights into gut-brain connection

A pioneering study conducted by researchers at Laureate Institute for Brain Research…

Microbiologist awarded $300K to study foodborne pathogens in meats

University of Tulsa faculty member Mohamed K. Fakhr has been awarded a…

TU DNP candidate and Schweitzer Fellow providing health education

Catherine Browne is a doctoral candidate in the nurse anesthesia program at…

Project spurs TU Schweitzer Fellow to focus on rehab and recovery access

3L law student Austin Stewart is a 2022-2023 Schweitzer Fellow advocating for…

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TU first in state to offer Starship robot delivery service

The University of Tulsa introduced Starship Technologies’ robot food delivery service today.…

Professor Mohamed Fakhr in his lab wearing a white lab coat and examining a test tube containing a dark liquid

Secrets of the pathogens: Biological science researcher awarded grant to study major cause of foodborne illness

The USDA has awarded Mohamed Fakhr a major grant to analyze six…

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Food, gender, media and the art of book promotion

When media studies professor Emily Contois made plans to promote her new…