At Tuesday’s spring board meeting, OMRF recognized 11 board members for their years of service and honored four scientists for scientific achievement.
OMRF researcher Courtney Griffin received a seven-year grant to pursue novel research into blood vessel function and factors that lead to uncontrolled bleeding.
OMRF’s Courtney Griffin succeeds OCASCR’s founding scientific director, Paul Kincade, who is retiring.
New research from OMRF has pinpointed the cause of liver bleeding during acetaminophen overdose, as well as a possible treatment.
On Sunday, the AHA hosted a special STEM education program at OMRF.
OMRF’s Courtney Griffin is studying a form of cell death called necroptosis.