OMRF and OU teamed up to discover new information about cancer.
OMRF scientist is a “molecular mechanic”
Researcher looking for triggers that can lead to birth defects, diseases
OMRF enshrines employees’ genes in new research tower
OMRF enshrines employees’ names, DNA in new research tower railing
Like all biological materials, human DNA has a shelf life. But that expiration date varies wildly, depending on storage conditions.
What’s Wrong With Xander?
A head-scratching set of symptoms. A boy who may be in grave danger. Can researchers solve this medical mystery before it’s too late? Xander Auld was not a fussy baby. He slept well, at least for an infant. He didn’t get sick often. And on those few occasions when he did, he didn’t carry […]
A Cut Above
When Dr. Gaurav Varshney arrived at OMRF in late 2016, the first things he purchased for his new research program were fish tanks. Lots of them. During a seven-year post-doctoral fellowship at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md., Varshney developed an expertise in studying developmental biology in paperclip-sized aquatic creatures known as zebrafish. […]