There are no approved treatments for osteoarthritis, which affects an estimated 50 million Americans.
The NIH has awarded OMRF scientist Matlock Jeffries $874,000 to launch an innovative study of the origin and progression of OA.
As a physician-scientist, Matlock Jeffries will maintain a lab focused on osteoarthritis and will see patients in the foundation’s Rheumatology Center of Excellence.
You don’t have to be a scientist to get a leg up on the aging process.
OMRF has named Willard “Bill” Freeman and Jacquelyn Gorman to its scientific staff.
Common symptoms of Sjögren’s syndrome include severe dry eyes and dry mouth, as well as fatigue, arthritis and memory problems.