March 31 – April 1, 2023

10th Annual Richard C. Staab, DO Memorial Symposium

Presented by Oklahoma State University Medical Center
Department of Internal Medicine

April 1 - 2, 2022

OSU Center for Health Sciences
A.R. and Marylouise Tandy Medical Academic Building
1633 Southwest Blvd
Tulsa, OK 74107
Conference Chair: Kathy Cook, DO, FACOI
Speaker Chair: Mousumi Som, DO, MS, FACOI
Moderator: Steven C. Buck, DO, FACOI

We are excited to welcome you for the 10th Annual Richard C. Staab, DO Memorial Symposium. We have several exciting elements in store for this year’s program.

When you register, you’ll be given the opportunity to attend in-person OR virtually. Be sure at the time of registration to select the option which best fits your preference as changes cannot be accommodated. Please note, in order to receive CME credit for your participation you must attend the program as it’s presented live in-person OR virtually. In addition to the hybrid options, we’ve got an exciting add-on opportunity scheduled for Sunday morning.

Lectures will be presented live from the Tandy Medical Academic Building (1633 Southwest Blvd | Tulsa, OK 74107). ALL in-person attendees must be fully vaccinated per CDC recommendations and be willing to follow CDC protocols. Please see the agenda for times and speaker information. In-person attendees will NOT have access to the Zoom information.

Our virtual program will be presented live via Zoom. The Zoom link will be emailed to virtual participants the week of the program. Attested CME hours must be commensurate with the attendance report generated by Zoom. Virtual attendees will NOT have access to in-person lectures.


In addition to our regular two-day program, we will offer a 4-hour in-person OMM Sunday add-on. This lecture will focus on OMM techniques and will take place at the Tandy Medical Academic Building in the third floor OMM Lab. To be eligible for the add-on, you must be registered for the symposium in-person OR virtually. We have limited seats available for this program!

Refunds will be issued for all cancellations, received in writing, on or before Friday, March 4, 2022. An administrative service fee of $50.00 will be assessed. No refunds will be issued for cancellations received after March 4, 2022 or for symposium “no shows”.

To request a refund, please contact:

Kathy Cook, DO, FACOI
Conference Chair

Additional information for symposium attendees will be emailed closer to the actual dates and some course materials will be available for download on this site prior to the symposium.

Registration Fees

Registration closes on Friday, March 25, 2022

Payment is expected at time of registration. The receipt for payment and post-symposium certificate may be used for company reimbursement.

After clicking “Submit”, you will be directed to an acknowledgement page that reads “Your registration for the 2022 Richard C. Staab, DO Memorial Symposium has been received! Within 24 hours, or the next business day, you will receive a confirmation email with a receipt for payment. Please make sure that the domain is added to your safe senders list.” If that page does not appear, then your registration and/or payment did not go through.

Please contact the Osteopathic Founders Foundation for assistance at 918-551-7300.


(Click on any lecture title to view a PDF of the slides)

All times Central Standard (CST)


Please join us in Founders Hall of the Kern-Headington Student Center, located just south of the A.R. and Marylouise Tandy Building.

Listen to some live music, have a glass of wine and hors d’oeuvres, relax, and catch up with old friends or meet new ones.

The cost for the event is included in your registration, but an RSVP is needed in advance.
You may RSVP at the time of registration or by calling 918-551-7300.