"May We Have Peace" bronze statue of Native American holding a peace pipe by Allan Houser is located on the North Oval of the OU campus
How to acknowledge COBRE support:
"Research reported in this [publication, release] was supported by an Institutional Development Award (IDeA) from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under grant number P20GM103640."
Oklahoma COBRE in Structural Biology
Welcome to the website of the Oklahoma Center of Biomedical Research Excellence in Structural Biology (OCSB). This NIH-funded center supports research groups on the OU-Norman and OUHSC campuses that utilize a structural approach to study important biological macromolecules, in particular, proteins or nucleic acids that are promising targets for rational drug design.
Structural biology lies at the intersection of many different areas of biological sciences and thus has the potential of impacting numerous biomedically important fields. The OCSB was established in 2012 with an NIH COBRE Phase I award (1P20GM103640-01) and a Phase II renewal grant (2P20GM103640-06) was awarded 2017. These grants have provided significant resources for investigators at OU, OUHSC and others throughout the State for structure-based biomedical studies.
The Laboratory of Biomolecular Structure and Function (LBSF) which is part of the BSC at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center has a job opening for the position of 'Associate Director of the LBSF'. Details can be found here.
Posted Aug 11, 2021.
The Biomolecular Structure Core facility in Norman has a new Formulatrix Rock Imager available to use for storing and viewing crystallization trials. It is equipped with UV imaging and Multi-Fluorescence Imaging (MFI) technology. More information can be found here.
COBRE Group Meetings Fall 2021 -
Thursday, November 4, 9 am: Jody Summers
Tuesday, November 30, 9 am: Shanteri Singh
The next EAC meeting will take place January 6-7, 2022.