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 […]
OMRF has received a 5-year NIH grant to continue heart and blood research.
OMRF scientist’s discovery could help prevent white blood cell-induced injury.