|12/22/04||Lucky 36: Ladies Auxiliary surpasses $100,000 for cancer research|
|12/17/04||OMRF Announces Promotions|
|12/10/04||OMRF completes $100 million campaign|
|12/04/04||OMRF Wins Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award|
|11/29/04||OMRF Accepting Applications for Summer Science Program|
|11/15/04||OU Sorority Gives to Lupus Research at OMRF|
|11/11/04||Oklahoma AIDS Care Fund Donates $50,000 To OMRF|
|11/09/04||Hille Foundation Endows Chair At OMRF|
|10/20/04||Eastern Star Donates $25,000 to OMRF|
|10/14/04||OMRF Secures Record $27 Million In NIH Funding in 2004|
|10/11/04||OMRF Unveils State’s First Small Animal MRI Facility|
|09/28/04||OMRF Receives Record Bioterrorism Grant|
|08/27/04||New company explores novel therapeutic uses for aspartame|
|08/09/04||OMRF Receives Hearst Grant|
|07/08/04||OMRF Researcher Takes the Helm of America’s Largest Coalition of Biological Scientists|
|06/29/04||Istook, NIH Director Announce $30 Million for OK Biomedical Research|
|06/08/04||OMRF Welcomes 49th Class of Fleming Scholars|
|05/17/04||OMRF patents potential treatments for diabetes, obesity|
|04/28/04||Jenks students wage personal war on cancer|
|04/13/04||Kim Henry, four others to join OMRF board|
|04/06/04||Eli Lilly and Company endows two chairs at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation with $6 million gift|
|03/30/04||Youth Wins Out During OMRF’s Junior Science Days|
|03/29/04||OMRF Names Blair New VP for Institutional Advancement|
|03/18/04||Zapaq completes $6 million financing|
|03/09/04||OMRF earns top rating from national charity ranking service|
|02/26/04||Oklahoma scientist casts light on Legionnaires’ disease|
|01/21/04||OMRF secures nearly $23 million in federal research grants for 2003|
|01/19/04||OMRF’s Merrill Named Lupus Foundation of America’s First Medical Director|
|01/09/04||Oklahoma’s First Lady launches OMRF awareness campaign|
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