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OU-Tulsa Physical and Occupational Therapy students Maddisen Coleman, Kelsie Burkeen and Jennifer Lynn help build Melissa Dickerson’s Barbie costume and decorate her scooter as a Barbie Jeep for a parade Friday at the Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges.

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Please join us in Congratulating Ryann Smalley, a Senior in the Department of Nutritional Sciences, who is the College of Allied Health Outstanding Senior for 2015-2016!  
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Drs. Kolobe and Pidcoe’s SIPPC  was one of 13 inventions from companies, universities, government agencies and independent inventors selected by a juried panel to participate in the festival at the Smithsonian and U.S. Patent and Trademark Office 2015 Innovation Festival.

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Friday, October 16, 2015

Leadership HSC

Leadership HSC is designed for first-year Health Sciences Center students who have distinguished themselves as leaders in their colleges and are in good academic standing.
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Study evaluates impact of device on infants’ motor, cognitive and social development

Crawling is an essential milestone in a baby’s development. But many infants with cerebral palsy are unable to crawl or creep and that can have lifelong consequences.

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