Construction of OMRF’s first research labs wrapped up in the fall of 1950, and the foundation christened the facility with an open house that welcomed 4,000 visitors. “Areas drawing particular interest included the system of tunnels, the radio-isotope laboratory, the controlled temperature lab, a display of scientific equipment, the animal wing and its first ‘occupants,’ […]
OMRF’s James named to the Association of American Physicians
The honor recognizes Dr. James for her excellence in the pursuit of medical knowledge and the advancement of clinical science in her 27 years as a physician-scientist.
Dry eyes, mouth? Patients needed for Sjögren’s syndrome studies at OMRF
OMRF is recruiting those who have or who think they may have Sjögren’s syndrome to participate in new research studies and a clinical trial.
Run on drug for COVID-19 imperils lupus patients
The prospect that hydroxychloroquine might be effective for treating the coronavirus has raised hopes, but it’s also created a potential crisis.
OMRF welcomes new neurologist
Berkley is board certified in neurology and sees patients in OMRF’s Multiple Sclerosis Center of Excellence.
New findings could help better understand autoimmune disease families
Autoimmune diseases are conditions in which the immune system becomes unbalanced and turns on the body instead of protecting it.