Dr. Michael Stout receives "Provost's Research Award - Junior Faculty"
Published: Thursday, April 29, 2021
Dr. Stout joined OUHSC in 2016 as a Senior Research Scientist from Mayo Clinic where he received a highly competitive NIH K99 “Pathway to Independence” award. In 2018, Dr. Stout was appointed as Assistant Professor in the College of Allied Health and a principal investigator for the Oklahoma Center for Gerosciences. Dr. Stout has 42 publications encompassing his doctoral, postdoctoral and academic appointments – 20 of these since arriving at OU. During his time at OU, he has secured over $2 million in federal and state competitive grants, mentored trainees ranging from undergraduates through those appointed as faculty and served as a highly lauded collaborator and mentor by scientists at OUHSC, the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, the Mayo Clinic, and the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Stout’s focus on aging and interventional strategies aimed at curtailing disease burden is highly relevant for our state’s aging population and the significant health challenges this presents.
Congratulations to Dr. Michael Stout
for receiving the "Provost's Research Award - Junior Faculty" during the 2021 OUHSC Spring Faculty Awards Ceremony!!!