OMRF has received a five-year, $1.7 million grant to look at how DNA replicates itself.
Fish, frogs and worms have become key players in the fight against disease.
Scientists are using the zebrafish to tackle mankind’s biggest diseases.
64 fishermen participated in the 22nd annual Frank Wohl Memorial Fishing Tournament at Foss Lake. The anglers landed some big fish, but their biggest catch was the $4,000 they raised to benefit cancer research at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation. Begun in 1986, the event has honored the memory of Wohl, a Clinton businessman and […]
Anglers from around the state are invited to Foss Lake this weekend to reel in bass to raise money in support of cancer research. The 22nd Frank Wohl Memorial Bass Tournament, which benefits the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, will offer cash prizes totaling more than $3,000. The two-day event kicks off with a banquet and […]
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. […]