Interim VP of Research, Vice Provost for Graduate Programs, Associate Professor of Physiology, OSU-COM
Bruce Benjamin, PhD is the Vice Provost for Graduate Programs, Interim Vice President of Research and associate professor of physiology at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences. As vice provost, Dr. Benjamin serves in a leadership role for the graduate programs in biomedical sciences, forensic sciences, healthcare administration and athletic training. Dr. Benjamin is also head of the OSU Center for Wearable Electronic Sensing Systems and Technologies, an interdisciplinary team working to develop wearable smart garments for use in health and wellness. He also serves as the Chair of the Board of Directors for TSET. Before joining the faculty at OSU-CHS in 1997, he was an assistant professor of cell biology at Duke University Medical Center, a research scientist at Texas A&M University and University of Oklahoma Health Science Center, and a National Research Council Research Associate at NASA/AMES Research Center. He received his bachelor’s degree from Westminster College in Fulton, Mo. and his doctorate at OU. He is a member of the American Physiological Society and the Oklahoma Physiological Society.