|12/01/03||OMRF Accepting Scholarship Applications for Science Program|
|11/18/03||Kilpatrick Stockton Gives $100,000 Gift to Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation|
|11/12/03||Research Foundation Adds Board Members|
|11/05/03||Eastern Star Donates $25,000 to OMRF|
|10/30/03||Encore Pharmaceuticals Wins Grant to Continue Work with OMRF|
|10/27/03||OMRF Scientist Endows Chair in Cardiovascular Research|
|10/20/03||Ladies Auxiliary to the VFW Tops $99,000 for Cancer Research|
|10/15/03||Oklahoma Researchers Show Autoantibodies Occur before Lupus in New England Journal of Medicine Study|
|09/30/03||OMRF Receives $10 Million Grant|
|09/19/03||Gorbsky Joins OMRF|
|09/16/03||OMRF Scientist’s Work Chosen for Cover of Leading Journal|
|09/02/03||Noble Foundation Joins the Oklahoma Science Project|
|07/31/03||Bachelor’s Club Gift Targets Alzheimer’s|
|07/21/03||OU Sorority Donates to Lupus Research at OMRF|
|07/14/03||Thirteen Oklahoma Students Chosen as Fleming Scholars|
|06/30/03||Conchello Joins OMRF Faculty|
|06/24/03||Oklahoma Science Project Wins Howard Hughes Grant|
|06/16/03||OMRF to Host Statewide Huntington’s Disease Conference|
|05/30/03||Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation donates advanced DNA sequencers to Cameron University|
|05/20/03||OMRF and Lilly announce collaboration|
|05/02/03||OMRF Scientist Receives Grant to Study Effects of Aspartame on Sickle Cell Anemia|
|04/23/03||OMRF Honors Researchers and Board Member Welcomes New Board Member|
|04/18/03||District Attorneys Play Scientists for a Day|
|04/10/03||Kerr Foundation Endows Second OMRF Chair|
|03/25/03||Kerr Foundation Endows Second OMRF Chair|
|02/07/03||Oklahoma Scientist Finds Hope in Space Shuttle Ruins|
|02/02/03||Oklahoma Scientist’s Work Was Another Casualty of Space Shuttle Disaster|
|01/07/03||OMRF Surpasses $20 Million in 2002 National Institutes of Health Grants|
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