The search for a pharmaceutical “magic bullet” is something that’s hard-wired both into our culture and our science.
If I’m being honest, I probably didn’t have much business being at Jack’s funeral.
The new millennium began with a bang at OMRF, as Dr. Jordan Tang, above, and his research team identified and cloned the enzyme believed to cause Alzheimer’s disease. Soon after, the OMRF scientists designed an inhibitor that stopped the enzyme in its tracks. The discoveries led to the development of an experimental drug acquired by […]
The National Institutes of Health has awarded the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation $480,000 for research on dopamine’s role in Alzheimer’s disease.
A new Alzheimer’s drug. That has always been the dream.