Video News Releases

Genetic Cause of Rare Syndrome Uncovered

Tuesday April 15th, 2014

The mystery surrounding a young Oklahoma girl with unusual symptoms has been solved by a team of physicians and researchers at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation.  

SoundBite Hearing Device VNR

Tuesday, April 2, 2014

Teeth are for chewing, not for hearing, right? Not so fast!

Boost to the Sciences of Making Babies VNR

Tuesday, April 2, 2014

If getting pregnant has been a challenge for you, you're not alone. Infertility affects more than 6 million couples in this country.

Bridges to Access: Keynote Speaker

Saturday, March 8th, 2014, 8am-3pm

Bridges to Access Meeting

The 7th Annual Bridges to Access Conference is a student-led one-day health conference which brings together students from every college at the OUHSC campus and members of the community to learn about and discuss the healthcare issues facing Oklahomans today.

This year the conference will take place on Saturday, March 8th at the OU Children’s Hospital Samis Conference Center (located at 1200 Children’s Avenue, OKC, OK).

Key Note Address: "Improving the Health of Oklahomans: Where Should We Go From Here?”
Steven Schroeder, MD Distinguished Professor of Health and Health Care, Division of General Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of California – San Francisco; Head of Smoking Cessation Leadership Center

OU Children’s Hospital Helping to Keep Little Hearts Close to Home

March 5th, 2014

One in every 100 babies is born with a congenital heart defect, and many have to travel thousands of miles to receive life-saving surgery.

Mammograms Go 3-D- Video News Release

Monday, February 3rd 2014

 3-D is all the rage these days--in movies and video games. Now, an important health screening for women is going 3-D too. Breast health experts at OU Medicine say 3-D mammography is finding tumors that might otherwise be missed.  And, it may prevent false positives too.

Gift of Hearing Aids for Tornado Victim

December 24, 2013
OU College of Allied Health & Starkey Hearing Foundation team up to provide aids
A Moore tornado survivor received the gift of hearing for the holidays this year, thanks to the efforts of audiologists at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and the Starkey Foundation. For many, having the ability to hear is not something given much daily thought. For Moore resident Bunny White, however, that precious channel to human connection and communication was significantly altered after an EF5 tornado ripped through her community, badly damaging her home in May.

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