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.
The trio of scientists assumed their new positions at the foundation Nov. 1, bringing the total number of OMRF senior scientists to 49.
Every year an estimated 7.9 million children are born with a serious birth defect of genetic or partially genetic origin.