May 16, 2022  
2016-2017 Undergraduate Bulletin 
2016-2017 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Faculty of Community Medicine

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The Laureate Institute for Brain Research (LIBR) is a state-of-the-art psychiatric hospital and research center funded by the W. K. Warren Foundation. Currently, the following principal investigators at LIBR hold faculty appointments in the Tulsa University Faculty of Community Medicine (TUFCM).

Associate Professor
W. Kyle Simmons

Assistant Professors
Robin Aupperle
Justin Feinstein
Sahib Khalsa
Jonathan Savitz

The Tulsa University Faculty of Community Medicine (TUFCM) is an academic unit within The University of Tulsa that supports the Tulsa School of Community Medicine (TSCM). Along with the faculty listed above, additional faculty of the TUFCM include:

David Adelson
Gerard Clancy

Clinical Professor
Elmus Beale

Associate Professor
Jeff Alderman

For more information about the faculty of community medicine, visit the Faculty of Community Medicine webpage.

The TSCM is a medical school which has been established under joint sponsorship of The University of Tulsa and the University of Oklahoma. It draws faculty from both institutions with medical science faculty largely resident at The University of Tulsa and clinical faculty predominantly drawn from the University of Oklahoma.

The TUFCM is under the administrative authority of the Dean of the Oxley College of Health Sciences of The University of Tulsa. Faculty in TUFCM teach in the TSCM, and in that role their curriculum and supervision are under the dean of the medical school.

The school was established to address the need for more medical doctors in Oklahoma, especially ones who work in family practice, internal medicine and pediatrics in underserved rural and urban communities. The school follows a curriculum that integrates medical science and clinical experience required to earn the M.D. degree. The first class was admitted in 2015.

For admission and curriculum requirements, visit the OU College of Medicine webpage. The Early Careers in Community Medicine (ECCM) program provides highly qualified undergraduate students at The University of Tulsa with a unique opportunity to pursue an early provisional acceptance into the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine program, leading to an M.D. degree. For information regarding eligibility and application requirements, visit the ECCM webpage.

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