OMRF scientist Dean Dawson received a four-year grant to study chromosomes and the cellular processes that organize them during cell division.
The funding will establish the Center for Cellular Metabolism Research in Oklahoma and supports five junior researchers.
The findings will allow for more targeted treatment approaches.
Lymphedema is a disease characterized by dramatic and painful swelling in the limbs that often leads to infections.
The findings will help push clinicians closer to personalized medicine for lupus sufferers.
Scientists at OMRF have made new findings that could pave the way for the first drug to treat aortic stenosis.