Northeastern State University-Broken Arrow will host a seminar series highlighting scientific research from various premier universities in Oklahoma.
NSU, Oklahoma State University and Oklahoma State University-Center for Health Sciences have collaborated to present lectures geared toward science students, particularly those focused on the disciplines of Biology and Chemistry. The seminars are free of charge and all are welcome to attend.
This seminar series is a great opportunity to expose students, both majors and non-majors to not only see what other colleges are working on in terms of scientific research, but also learn from them. The seminars will be in the Liberal Arts Building at NSUBA in Room 112 at 10 a.m. Each lecture will be an hour long.
Oct. 4, Dr. Craig W. Stevens, Department Chair and Professor of Pharmacology from OSU-Center for Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine will present: “No Pain, Some Gain: The Evolution of Opioid Receptors and the Future of Pain Treatment.” The faculty host for this seminar will be Dr. Das Bradoo will serve as the faculty host.
The series will come to an end Nov. 22, with Dr. Franklin R. Champlin, Associate Professor of Microbiology at OSU-Center for Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine, who will present his lecture entitled, “Pseudomonas aeruginosa: A Novel Approach to Growth Inhibition of this Refractory Bacterium,” Dr. Sue Woods will serve as the faculty host.