OMRF celebrated its 77th anniversary on Monday by kicking off 77 for 77, a statewide campaign that harkens back to the foundation’s roots.
OMRF’s ranking was based on the analysis of over 7 million data points with over 11,000 companies with more than 200 employees, but fewer than 1,000. OMRF ranked No. 56 overall.
The technology paves the way for greater insights into everything from Alzheimer’s and cancer to cardiovascular disease.
Sen. Mullin met with OMRF President Andrew Weyrich, Ph.D., and scientists from two of the foundation’s research programs.
OMRF welcomed members of The Oklahoma Nonagenarian Society this month for a talk and tour of the Oklahoma City nonprofit biomedical research institute.
For the 10th straight year, OMRF has been named one of Oklahoma’s top workplaces.