Diabetes Awareness Day

International Diabetes Day at the Harold Hamm Diabetes Center.

Grant Towards Diabetes Research

A new $10.8 million grant is awarded to the Harold Hamm Diabetes Center.

Research Grant to Further Study of Autism

A new $2.6 million grant will further research by the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center focused on how to achieve the best outcomes for children with autism .

The National Center for Special Education Research, a division of the Institute for Education Sciences, awarded the grant to Bonnie McBride, Ph.D., an associate professor of pediatrics at the OU College of Medicine, to study a classroom-based treatment intervention.

“The prevalence of autism is increasing,” McBride said. “There is consensus that early intervention is critical. Children who receive specialized services early have better outcomes.”

Surgeon Repairs Hole in Heart

Surgeons at Children's Hospital repair teenager's hole in heart.

Facial Surgery at OU Medicine after Firework Injury


A Tulsa man, severely injured in a fireworks explosion, is recovering at the OU Medical Center after undergoing a 22-hour surgery to begin reconstructing his face.

Taron Pounds, 22, suffered severe injuries to his face, eye, neck and chest when a fireworks mortar exploded in his face on July 7th.  The accident occurred as the family gathered to celebrate a wedding in Inola, Oklahoma.

“I didn’t even recognize him,” said Taron’s mother Tammy Cauthron of the first time she saw him in the hospital. “His face was blown off - the left side gone.”

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