Linda Thompson thinks running a laboratory is like coaching a team.
I didn’t expect to be here to write this column. When I say “here,” I don’t mean OMRF or Oklahoma. I mean here, as in, on this earth.
In 1968, doctors gave Greg Kindell six weeks to live. He’s still here. Like most organizations, OMRF maintains a general contact email address. It’s a place where people—and businesses and spammers—send their inquiries when they don’t know whom, exactly, at the foundation to ask. A handful of new messages typically arrive each day. “You’ll […]
OMRF researchers seeking clues to a variety of cancers Cancer has many faces and can present itself at almost any location in the body. Scientists at OMRF are studying a wide variety of cancers in hopes of finding ways to treat or prevent them. Starting at the top Dr. Robert Floyd’s most recent work centers […]
By Shari Hawkins It was windy that Thursday in November—the kind of swirling wind Oklahoma is famous for. Shrubs whipped back and forth. Leaves somersaulted across the portico of the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation. Huguette White moved nimbly across the stone porch, her long hair flying behind her. No matter that she walked on a […]