The Saxon program provides military academy students with an opportunity to work alongside OMRF senior scientists.
A husband-wife team at OMRF studies how diabetes affects the heart.
An overactive fight-or-flight response creates too much stress on the heart.
The findings were published in The Journal of Biological Chemistry.
Repairing diabetic heart cells’ mitochondria could save lives.
It strikes more Americans than any other condition. But scientists are poised to change that statistic.