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FACILITIES AND RESOURCES

OUHSC Clinical Resources Unit

The OUHSC Clinical Resources Facility is located in the Harold Hamm Diabetes Center, Suite 2100. This space includes five exam/phlebotomy rooms, space for patient/participant interviews, and sample processing and storage facilities. For information about using the facility and scheduling patient visits, contact Katlyn Beecken, Clinical Research Coordinator, by e-mail at osctr@ouhsc.edu or telephone (405) 271-8001 ext. 34881.

Clinical Services:

Phlebotomy, CLIA-waived clinical assays (urinalysis, diabetes testing, lipid profiling, urine pregnancy test, etc), IRB and regulatory support

Clinical Testing Equipment:

Siemens Clinitek Status+ Analyzer, Siemens DCA Vantage Analyzer, Alere Cholestech LDX System, Welch-Allyn CP200 Resting Electrocardiograph with Spirometer, ndd EasyOne Plus Diagnostic Spirometer, Welch-Allyn Spot Vital Signs LXI and Connex 6400 patient monitors, GE Stress system with treadmill, Zeiss phase contrast scope and hemocytometer

Sample processing/storage services:

Centrifugation and sample aliquoting, Monitored short-term and long-term sample storage (-80*C, LN2) with emergency power source, other sample processing services on request

 

OMRF Clinical Resources Unit

Two clinical facilities are available at OMRF. One is a state-of-the-art, 7,000 sq foot, multidisciplinary research center on the first floor of the OMRF Research Tower. This facility has 9 exam rooms, reception area, file rooms, pharmacy, dedicated phlebotomy space, infusion suite, counseling offices, and conference and monitor rooms. A second clinical space is located on the first floor of the OMRF Chapman East wing. Through a recent renovation, this clinic now has a total of 8 examination rooms and additional space for clinical coordinators. The clinic includes a reception area, file rooms, pharmacy, dedicated phlebotomy space, an infusion suite, counseling offices, and conference and monitor rooms.  

 

Registry and Repository Unit

Samples are stored, managed, and distributed through the OMRF Biorepository. The OMRF Biorepository is accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP), which is the leading biorepository accreditation and proficiency agency (CAP accreditation #9418302). CAP compliance requires detailed documentation of all processes and procedures and rigid adherence to extraordinarily high standards, ensuring sample integrity and downstream experimental reproducibility. Please see the Biorepository website for a full description of the facilities, services, and collections.

 

OMRF Translational Informatics Resources

The OMRF Translational Informatics group provides data management for the OMRF Biorepository and Clinical Data Storage facility and curates the data for use in research. With the appropriate permissions and authorizations, these data are made available to investigators to develop and test new hypotheses.

 

Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI)

OBI has developed a web-based interface for recruiting OBI donors to participate in clinical and translational research. Through the Clinical Resources Core, OSCTR investigators can use this resource to recruit individuals with common health conditions as well as healthy controls. The OBI is the ninth largest non-profit blood center in the US, with more than 125,000 donors annually. OBI also manages Oklahoma’s only marrow donor registry site and one of only 25 cord blood centers worldwide.