The pair of four-year, $1.75 million NIH Research Project Grants, or R01s, will support separate projects.
Lymphedema is a disease characterized by dramatic and painful swelling in the limbs that often leads to infections.
The new funding will support investigations into cellular mutations linked to rare skeletal diseases and vessel function.
Scientists at OMRF have made new findings that could pave the way for the first drug to treat aortic stenosis.
OMRF researcher Courtney Griffin received a seven-year grant to pursue novel research into blood vessel function and factors that lead to uncontrolled bleeding.
A four-year grant from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute will help OMRF researcher Courtney Montgomery and her team determine the roles of specific immune cells associated with sarcoidosis.