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Ray Rezaie, Magdalena Bieniasz and Gaurav Varshney have joined OMRF as principal scientists.
The $200,000 grant will be used to grow OMRF's cancer research programs.
OMRF dedicated its Masonic Charity Foundation of Oklahoma Aging and Alzheimer’s Research Laboratory.
Advertisements for TeloYears testing have cropped up everywhere, but is it worth your hard-earned cash?
We asked for your help in an effort to secure a pair of challenge grants—first for $135,000, then another for $10,000. Each time, the OMRF community responded, and we’re happy to report that we secured both matching gifts. THANK YOU!
Since the program’s inception in 1956, more than 500 Oklahoma students have spent their summers at OMRF.
OMRF scientist Courtney Griffin is studying a form of cell death called necroptosis and its impact in blood vessels.
These so-called "lower organisms" are informing researchers on everything from cancer to regeneration.