PHF Awards Grants

PHF awards grants
By: Journal Record Staff
August 18, 2015

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Presbyterian Health Foundation announced $3.2 million in research grants awarded to 10 Oklahoma organizations. The organization granted more than $2 million to the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and the Dean McGee Eye Institute to conduct basic medical research. The foundation also awarded nearly $1 million to other health and research-related organizations, including: Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital, i2E, Children’s Hospital Foundation, Easter Seals of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Blood Institute, Oklahoma City University Physician’s Assistant Program and the Oklahoma School for Science and Mathematics.

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