September Dr. Steve Prescott liked new buildings and laboratories as much as the next president. He led the largest campus expansion in OMRF’s history, adding a new research tower that brought another 200,000 square feet of clinical and lab space to the foundation’s campus. Yet he knew that what really makes an organization special is […]
December The Nonagenarian Society gets – and gives – a lesson in healthy aging. The questions flew fast and furious. How do OMRF scientists share their findings with physicians? What level of detail do researchers include in their grant proposals to funding agencies? How many individual patient samples were used for a particular research project on chemotherapy […]
Stillwater’s ‘Pink Out’ gift to OMRF takes on special meaning
Donation honors teacher-coach who died of breast cancer last month
OMRF hosts Oklahoma Nonagenarian Society for annual meeting
OMRF welcomed members of The Oklahoma Nonagenarian Society this month for a talk and tour of the Oklahoma City nonprofit biomedical research institute.
Go East, Young Man: A West Coast transplant aims to improve cancer therapy
A west coast transplant aims to improve cancer therapy.
OMRF adds new cancer researcher
OMRF has named Jacob Kirkland, Ph.D., as an assistant member in the foundation’s Cell Cycle and Cancer Biology Research Program.