• Teen Leaders in Philanthropy Application
    Applications for OMRF's 2015-16 Teen Leaders in Philanthropy program are due Mar. 2!
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    Two OMRF scientists have been published in prestigious journals after new findings in inflammation and blood vessel function.
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  • Genome Instability Symposium
    Join us for the Emerging Topics in Genome Instability Symposium April 9-10, 2015. Abstract and registration deadline is Feb. 20. Click for more information, including a list of invited speakers and other details.
  • Fleming Scholar Program Application
    Applications for OMRF's one-of-a-kind Fleming Scholar Program are due Feb. 2. High school seniors and college freshmen, sophomores and juniors are eligible to apply. Get an up-close and personal look at research. Don't miss it!
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