A new $1 million grant from the Hardesty Family Foundation will fund the expansion of OMRF’s Aging and Metabolism Research Program.
Since the pandemic closed Ben Miller’s lab at OMRF in mid-March, he now has very different coworkers.
Today, 19 percent of Oklahomans are over the age of 60. By 2035, that figure is projected to be 1 in 4.
OMRF scientists Tim Griffin and Albert Batushansky are pushing the bounds of a decades-old scientific method to study the origins of osteoarthritis.
Age-related muscle loss, called sarcopenia, happens to all of us as we age and is a major cause of disability and loss of independence in the elderly.
A pair of heart researchers have been added to OMRF’s scientific staff.