OMRF’s Courtney Griffin succeeds OCASCR’s founding scientific director, Paul Kincade, who is retiring.
Two grants will enable OMRF scientists to examine genes thought to play a role in lupus.
The grants will support more than 50 research and clinical projects, purchase scientific equipment and fund recruitment.
As bad as the instant regret can be from a sunburn, the long-term effects pose the most substantial threat.
OMRF scientist Jonathan Wren has developed a computer program to sniff out a wide range of mistakes that commonly appear in scientific studies.
Morris Reichlin helped build OMRF into one of the world’s leading centers for lupus research and treatment.