The Peggy and Charles Stephenson School of Biomedical Engineering ties together OU’s Gallogly College of Engineering, the OU Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, the OU College of Arts and Sciences, the Price College of Business and the regional bioscience industry, offering an unprecedented level of health care collaboration and discovery in Oklahoma. SBME is a showcase for OU, attracting top talent to the region that is invigorating health care research and innovation.
Our undergraduate program launched in Fall 2016, and our historic inaugural class will graduate in Spring 2019. We have a successful and highly multidisciplinary graduate program that was established after a Whitaker Foundation grant in the late 1990s. SBME will be housed in Gallogly Hall, a new building currently under construction in the engineering quad that will be completed in 2019. We have assembled an excellent team of faculty who are focused on translational discoveries in healthcare areas including cancer, brain injury and disease, and musculoskeletal medicine.
It's an exciting time in the life of the Stephenson School of Biomedical Engineering and I am extremely proud to serve as its director.
- Michael Detamore, Director of SBME