Last summer, researchers at the University of Oklahoma began working with the Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency to determine how to best deploy approximately $36 million to support unhoused and housing-insecure Oklahomans. According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s HOME-ARP program, this investment must be allocated to areas of greatest impact based on data-driven research findings.
A University of Oklahoma biomedical engineer will use a National Science Foundation CAREER award to pioneer tailored rehabilitation strategies for brain injury patients, while connecting scientists, clinicians and the next generation of rehabilitation experts.
Qinggong Tang, Ph.D., assistant professor, Stephenson School of Biomedical Engineering in the Gallogly College of Engineering at the University of Oklahoma, has received a prestigious CAREER award through the Faculty Early Career Development Program of the National Science Foundation. The five-year project will develop novel endoscopic optical imaging techniques to provide real-time visualizations to improve clinicians’ ability to successfully administer needle-based medical interventions.