The grant will support the Aging and Metabolism Research Program and completes a $5.2 million expansion campaign.
A new $1 million grant from the Hardesty Family Foundation will fund the expansion of OMRF’s Aging and Metabolism Research Program.
James received the award for her contributions to understanding systemic autoimmune diseases such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis.
The funds are designated for research in OMRF’s Aging and Metabolism Research Program.
The findings will allow for more targeted treatment approaches.
OMRF’s Courtney Griffin succeeds OCASCR’s founding scientific director, Paul Kincade, who is retiring.