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Quiet life, lasting legacy: Ada native leaves generous gift for research

Essie Roark left a check for more than $540,000 to fund research at OMRF.

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Discovery of new cell function yields new clues about inflammation process

OMRF scientist's discovery could help prevent white blood cell-induced injury.

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Make sure vaccines are on your back-to-school list

Vaccines have gotten a bad rap lately, but don't get swept up in the celebrity craze.

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Fraternal Order of Eagles donates to disease research at OMRF

The state chapter has donated nearly $26,000 to OMRF since 1978.

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Researcher receives grant to study blood vessel development in the brain

OMRF received $1.8 million to look into the critical role of a particular protein.

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OMRF scientist shows potential ALS, traumatic brain injury link

Evidence shows TBI could worsen effects of Lou Gehrig's Disease.

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Fleming, Presidential Scholars finish eight-week program

For these 12, program offered far more than the average summer job.

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A tiny fly yields answers about the heart

OMRF received a grant for breakthrough research studying fruit fly hearts.

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Military academy students complete summer of research at OMRF

Muskogee physician keeps father's memory alive with scholar program.

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Be smart in the sun now to avoid problems later

We all know sunburns hurt, but what are the longterm effects of sun exposure?

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