Studies could lead to new OA treatment strategy
Dr. Jennie Criley has 25,000 pink-tailed, whiskered patients
Former equipment required 38 repairs in one year.
The Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, in collaboration with the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and Oklahoma Sports Science & Orthopedics, is recruiting volunteers with osteoarthritis of the knee to study the progression of the disease.
Relief for osteoarthritis may be in the gut microbiome.
When Dr. Matlock Jeffries began his first day of work at OMRF in August, it may have been the smoothest transition in the foundation’s history. That Monday morning, he entered the same lab where he’d been studying osteoarthritis for the previous four years. Only now, he’d be doing it as a member of OMRF’s scientific […]