The work could lead to a medication that prevents or treats ARDS before a patient requires a ventilator.
Each of the millions of data points gathered by scientists at OMRF annually is more meaningful to discoveries than ever before, thanks in part to the pioneering work of one mother nearly 60 years ago.
June OMRF has welcomed military academy students to its labs since 2009. For Dr. John Saxon III, the connection was one worth making. “Some people may not think of basic science and the military as linked, but I thought that I could use OMRF’s work as an opportunity to stimulate some basic bench science interest with cadets […]
Awards presented to several junior researchers
A partnership with Langston University aims to draw more Black students to biomedical research.
Lab findings could lead to treatment changes for certain medical conditions.