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2018 OU-Tulsa Research Week Winners

Biomedical

1st Place —  Andrew Starnes, Outcomes and Overuse of Helicopter Transport for Pediatric Trauma Patients in Oklahoma
2nd Place — Stephanie Harry, Lung Cancer Screening Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices in OU SCM Internal Medicine
3rd Place Tie — Mohsain Gill, Rates and Predictors of Seizure Associated Hospital Re-Admissions in Patients with Strokes
AND Obada Al Zoubi, Fine-Tuning Seed Placement and Formation in Brain: A Data Driven Approach

Engineering

1st Place — Haneya Qureshi, How to Provide On-Demand Cellular Coverage Through Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
2nd Place — Obada Al Zoubi, A Game Theoretical Approach to Study Human Behavior in Carpooling
3rd Place — Asad Zaidi, Hand-Over for Less: How to Reduce Signalling Load in Future Ultra-Dense Networks

Social/Behavioral

1st Place — Kelly Dunn, The Six Cs: Coping Methods at the OU-TU School of Community Medicine
2nd Place — Lauren Conway, Hope and Secondary Trauma in Physicians Exposed to Child Maltreatment
3rd Place — Alizay Paracha, Progect Revive: Using GIS Mapping to Identify Health Trends in Pediatric Population

Education

1st Place — Amber Beisly, The Preservice Teacher’s Journey to Knowledge: Associations with Levels of Education
2nd Place — Terry Jacobs Davis, Never Too Early: Giving Programs at Tulsa Community College
3rd Place — Shinyoung Jeon, Early Head Start Dosage: The Importance of Parent-Caregiver Relationships and Family Engagement

Quality Improvement

1st Place — Rohan Kalra, Utilization of a Template to Increase Diabetic Foot Exams
2nd Place — Phillip Nielson, Medication Refill: A Project to Improve Patient Satisfaction
3rd Place — Henry Le, Improving A1C Above 9.0 in Ambulatory Academic Clinic

Travel Award Winners

1st Place — Alizay Paracha, Project Revive: Using GIS Mapping to Identify Health Trends in Pediatric Population
2nd Place — Ashten Duncan, Hope as a Protective Factor in Medical Student Burnout
3rd Place — Gracen Conway Davis, Future Physicians Putting Health Into Practice: Healthy Lifestyles, Healthy Communities

OU-Tulsa Research Week

April 16 - 20, 2018

Join us for OU-Tulsa's first Research Week

  • Watch and listen as fellow #TulsaSooners share their expertise
  • Discover the impact OU-Tulsa researchers have made locally and nationally
  • Network with future collaborators
  • Learn more about the research process

Research Series | April 16 | 12 - 1 | LC 145

Learn about the Food Independence, Security, and Health (FISH) study led by Marianna Wetherill, PhD, and Mary Williams, PhD.

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Research Resources | April 17 | 12 - 1 | LC 231

Discover the research resources available to you at OU-Tulsa, including the Schusterman Library, ORDSA, CRPDE, and OSCTR.

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Research Forum | April 18 | 2 - 4 | Founders Hall

Take in our annual showcase of posters created by OU-Tulsa and TU students, residents, and fellows.

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Lightning Rounds | April 19 | 12 - 1 | Schusterman Library

Uncover the hard work accomplished by OU-Tulsa staff members. Bring a lunch and hear quick summaries of staff research efforts.

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Open House | April 20 | 11 - 1 | Faculty & Staff Lounge

Network with researchers from across campus at our Research Open House. Who knows, maybe you'll meet your next collaborator.

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