Group sessions will begin in September and continue through the school year.
A trio of new principal scientists have joined OMRF.
OMRF has received a $200,000 grant to grow its cancer research programs.
Masonic representatives attended a luncheon and ceremony at the foundation.
The final day for applications is Feb. 1.
OMRF's Courtney Griffin is studying a form of cell death called necroptosis.
While many Americans make resolutions, fewer than one in 10 achieve their goals.
Fish, frogs and worms have become key players in the fight against disease.
OMRF has received $646,000 to study the genetic origins of NMO.
OMRF’s biorepository is one of fewer than 50 such facilities to receive this distinction