The National Institutes of Health awarded the grants, which will fund research on autoimmune diseases and human exposure to anthrax.
OMRF’s Courtney Griffin succeeds OCASCR’s founding scientific director, Paul Kincade, who is retiring.
The findings could lead to new treatments to limit the damaging cardiac effects of diabetes.
Dopamine is a chemical responsible for voluntary movement and the perception of rewards in the brain.
Awards “a testament to the quality of research in Oklahoma”
Awards will fund research in cancer, heart disease, lupus and other areas