OSU Brain Initiative
The age of the brain
The OSU Brain Initiative is a faculty-driven initiative that will be implemented in several phases:
Convening interested faculty members from across the university system to plan initial steps of action
Exploring possible undergraduate and graduate training programs in neuroscience
Seeking funds for a state-of-the-art neuroscience research center that includes neuroimaging capabilities
Developing outreach programs to bring brain science to communities throughout Oklahoma
Mission, Vision and Values
We are the researchers, practitioners, educators and students of the Oklahoma State University community conducting interdisciplinary, transformative and applied neuroscience. We educate and train the next generation of neuroscientists to improve health and well-being through neuroscience informed research and practice.
To advance knowledge and benefit society by bringing together educators, researchers and practitioners across the OSU system to promote neuroscience education, research and outreach.
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OSU Biomedical Imaging Center
The most advanced MRI system in the state is located at the OSU Biomedical Imaging Center at the Hardesty Center for Clinical Research and Neuroscience in Tulsa. The OSU Biomedical Imaging Center houses the Siemens Magnetom 3 Tesla MRI. The Prisma 3T MRI offers you an incredible look inside the human body, often with shorter scan times than typical MRI systems. This is truly the future of medical imaging. The OSU Biomedical Imaging Center brings research-grade MRI to a clinic setting, providing patients and their doctors with the image quality that supports more advanced care.
Society for Neuroscience Tulsa Chapter
The chapter promotes and facilitates neuroscience networking among the Tulsa Neuroscience community, creates awareness about the brain and its diseases and disorders, and focuses on the development of younger neuroscientists.
Mallory Schmidt Research Project ManagerOSU Center for Health Sciencesmallory.firstname.lastname@example.org