“This has the potential to revolutionize how we do science at OMRF,” said OMRF scientist Tim Griffin.
Another season, and Covid-19 is still with us. The novel coronavirus first reared its head last winter. Throughout the spring and summer, it surged and, occasionally, ebbed a bit, only to surge again. With the coming of fall, we’ve now made it almost full circle. So, in that time, what have we learned about this […]
OMRF scientist Jonathan Wren has developed a computer program to sniff out a wide range of mistakes that commonly appear in scientific studies.
OMRF’s biorepository is one of fewer than 50 such facilities to receive this distinction.
The additional funding will aid in better understanding the roots of sarcoidosis.