The funding will establish the Center for Cellular Metabolism Research in Oklahoma and supports five junior researchers.
The discovery could lead to new therapeutic approaches to a wide range of illnesses, including asthma, inflammatory bowel disease and psoriasis.
Alberola-Ila will investigate the role a type of white blood cell plays in mounting the body’s response against flu infection.
Mosquitoes can transmit up to 1 million viruses in a single bite.
OMRF discovery may unlock clues to autoimmune disorders
Four scientists from some of the nation’s leading research institutions have joined the faculty of the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation. The new researchers bring additional strength to OMRF’s research in cancer, genetic disorders and immunology. Susannah Rankin, Ph.D., and Dean Dawson, Ph.D., come to OMRF from Boston, where Rankin studied cell division in the Systems […]