Audrey Cleuren, Ph.D., is now an assistant member of the OMRF’s Cardiovascular Biology Research Program.
2020 Annual Report: How 2020 Changed Science
You simply couldn’t find a scientist who was studying Covid-19 in 2019. Which makes sense, because it wasn’t until the final day of that year that China reported its first cluster of cases to the World Health Organization. In the months that followed, countless researchers pivoted to tackle the novel coronavirus that had emerged as […]
The Long and Winding Road
From West Bengal, India, to America’s heartland, Dr. Jasim Ahamed’s path to Oklahoma began by the light of a kerosene lamp.
OMRF receives four grants totaling more than $5 million
The grants cover a range of areas, including colitis and colon cancer, sepsis, genomic tools, and outreach strategies for clinical trials.
OMRF adds two to its board
The semiannual board meeting was held on Wednesday.
OMRF announces new scientific leaders
Rodger McEver and Lijun Xia will be taking on new positions in early 2017.