The NIH has selected OMRF to lead a $58.5 million public-private partnership aimed at developing more effective treatments for autoimmune diseases.
NIH grant will fund research into impact of sex hormones and their receptors on chronic diseases.
When Dr. William Thurman, above, took the helm of OMRF, he brought the lab coat he’d worn since his days training as a pediatric oncologist. That powder-blue garment, along with the bow ties he favored, would become synonymous with OMRF throughout the 1980s (and most of the 1990s). But his sartorial flourishes would prove the […]
The grant will fund a study of new drug combinations for effectiveness against treatment-resistant ovarian cancer.
The NIH has awarded OMRF $480,000 to investigate the long-term effects of viral infections on autoimmunity.
OMRF scientist Gaurav Varshney, Ph.D., received a one-year grant to study 21 genes implicated in conditions such as hearing loss, autism and schizophrenia.