This was OMRF’s eighth year to hold the benefit, which has raised $5.2 million since 2012.
The discovery could lead to new therapeutic approaches to a wide range of illnesses, including asthma, inflammatory bowel disease and psoriasis.
OMRF researcher Courtney Griffin received a seven-year grant to pursue novel research into blood vessel function and factors that lead to uncontrolled bleeding.
OMRF’s Courtney Griffin succeeds OCASCR’s founding scientific director, Paul Kincade, who is retiring.
OMRF scientist Bumsoo Ahn, Ph.D., has been awarded an Irene Diamond Fund/AFAR Postdoctoral Transition Award in Aging.
The grants will support more than 50 research and clinical projects, purchase scientific equipment and fund recruitment.