OMRF and Stanford have received a four-year grant to use zebrafish to study how small genetic variations can lead to several human diseases.
At this time last year, if we’d asked you to name a scientist, what might you have said? “Umm…” C’mon, we’d respond. No Googling. “Albert Einstein,” you’d eventually offer. Maybe a little more head-scratching would also have conjured Watson and Crick, or Galileo and Newton. Double bonus points if you’d come up with Marie Curie […]
OMRF scientists have redefined how the gut microbiome operates and how our bodies coexist with some of the 100 trillion bacteria that make it up.
OMRF scientist Benjamin Miller received the pair of grants to study how to prevent muscle loss in older adults and other diseases of aging.
OMRF scientist Christopher Lessard received a five-year grant to identify genes associated with Sjögren’s syndrome.
OMRF scientists have identified a compound that could give birth to therapies for a host of eye diseases.