The grant will support the Aging and Metabolism Research Program and completes a $5.2 million expansion campaign.
The researchers will analyze blood donated by volunteers to understand individuals’ differing immune responses to the virus.
An Oklahoma man left his $2 million estate to researchers at OMRF.
Gerald Jaquith lived a frugal life, and OMRF officials were stunned to learn he’d left more than $2 million in assets to the nonprofit research foundation.
The funds are designated for research in OMRF’s Aging and Metabolism Research Program.
The PC school district hosted a series of fundraising events to generate $80,000 for research at OMRF.