Optimal healing requires a delicate balance in cell transition
Three students from United States service academies have completed biomedical research summer internships at OMRF.
The new funding will support investigations into cellular mutations linked to rare skeletal diseases and vessel function.
The Saxon program is designed to provide military academy students with an opportunity to work side-by-side with OMRF’s senior scientists.
OMRF researchers have broken new ground in understanding how the lymphatic system works.
OMRF researchers found mutations in PDGF receptor beta can trigger two rare diseases.