The National Eye Institute will provide Bob Axtell with $2.8 million to study NMO.
OMRF researchers discovered a protein critical to ensuring mitosis functions properly.
OMRF’s Christopher Hoover became just the second Oklahoman in 30 years to earn a prestigious Kirschstein service award.
The grants cover a range of areas, including colitis and colon cancer, sepsis, genomic tools, and outreach strategies for clinical trials.
The Saxon program provides military academy students with an opportunity to work alongside OMRF senior scientists.
The National Institutes of Health grants total nearly $2.1 million.