|05/16/13||Blowin’ in the wind: Living in the allergy zone|
|05/07/13||Attacking cancer on multiple fronts|
|04/30/13||Oklahoma researcher discovers “gatekeeper” gene|
|04/25/13||OMRF to benefit from May 5 steer wrestling event|
|04/19/13||Four researchers receive commendations|
|04/16/13||Eleven Oklahoma students named OMRF Fleming Scholars|
|04/11/13||OMRF announces $10 million cancer research campaign|
|04/09/13||Bird flu: What you need to know|
|04/04/13||OMRF ranks among top 3 in national “best places to work” survey|
|03/29/13||OMRF celebrates Putnam City Junior Scientist Days|
|03/26/13||Research may lead to new tests and treatments for infertility|
|03/19/13||Discovery could lead to new drugs to fight deadly yeast infections|
|03/14/13||Genetics show possible explanation for lupus disparity|
|03/12/13||$7.8 million grant will invest in junior researchers|
|03/11/13||OMRF hosting women’s MS conference on April 5|
|03/07/13||To reduce cancer deaths, research and awareness must advance|
|03/04/13||New campaign will expand MS, autoimmune research|
|02/26/13||New fat research provides insight into diabetes origins|
|02/19/13||Applications for new teen leadership program due Mar. 10|
|02/13/13||OMRF’s Prescott Named Most Admired CEO|
|02/13/13||OMRF doctor warns norovirus is easy to spread and hard to kill|
|02/07/13||OMRF seeks volunteers for shingles research study|
|02/05/13||“Master regulator” genes could become anti-cancer targets|
|01/29/13||Cover your mouth, cover your bases, to avoid flu|
|01/23/13||OMRF innovation could slow growth of breast, other cancers|
|01/18/13||Fleming Scholar Program application deadline nearing|
|01/17/13||Research provides new clues to battling bad cholesterol|
|01/14/13||Fleming Scholar Program helped launch physician’s career|
|01/08/13||Activated Protein C might protect kidneys from diabetes|
|01/03/13||OMRF discovery could help in fight against pneumonia|
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