OMRF’s biomarker discoveries could bring new therapies for beating gliomas.
A new COBRE grant is jump-starting innovative research projects at OMRF.
A biomarker will help doctors better see and treat gliomas.
Scientist Jonathan Wren uses computers to predict gene functions.
The National Institutes of Health has awarded two grants worth a total of $26.3 million to OMRF for research into anthrax and to help train new scientists. Each grant will allow scientists to continue research started in 2004 and 2005 and keep them working through 2014 on several interconnected projects. In the first project, a $14.5 […]
Much like the world of college essays, scientific journals are often plagued with authors trying to publish someone else’s work as their own. For Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation scientist Jonathan Wren, Ph.D., the issue hit home as part of his duties as an editor for the journal Bioinformatics, when a reviewer recognized a paper as […]