The technology paves the way for greater insights into everything from Alzheimer’s and cancer to cardiovascular disease.
January Dr. Andrew Weyrich begins his tenure as OMRF’s 11th President. In January of 2021, when it came time for the United States to transition from one presidency to the next, things did not go smoothly. In January of 2022, OMRF had no such problems. Right after the New Year, Dr. Andrew Weyrich became OMRF’s 11th president. He succeeded […]
Longevity Impetus Grants has awarded nearly $600,000 to two OMRF scientists pursuing bold ideas in the biology of aging.
Research will focus on the brain’s reward pathways that respond to opioids.
The center will bring cutting-edge analytic knowledge and support to hundreds of scientists at OMRF and across Oklahoma.
OMRF has named Willard “Bill” Freeman and Jacquelyn Gorman to its scientific staff.