September Dr. Steve Prescott liked new buildings and laboratories as much as the next president. He led the largest campus expansion in OMRF’s history, adding a new research tower that brought another 200,000 square feet of clinical and lab space to the foundation’s campus. Yet he knew that what really makes an organization special is […]
Remembering Dr. Stephen M. Prescott
Feb. 22, 1948 – May 28, 2021 Dr. Stephen Prescott came to OMRF with impeccable credentials. A physician-researcher, he’d enjoyed a stellar career in the laboratory before pivoting to administration, where he’d led a prestigious cancer institute. There was, says OMRF Board Chair Len Cason, only one slight blemish on his resume: “He was a […]
Bodywork: Does GoodRx live up to its name?
How does GoodRx produce such a dramatic reduction in drug prices? And shouldn’t everyone be entitled to such savings?
Old Drugs, New Tricks
Are newer medications as safe as tried-and-true ones?
Amidst the pandemic, OMRF scientists work with the media to ensure the public receives reliable health information.
State experts urge coronavirus caution, not panic
With Oklahoma reporting its first coronavirus case on Friday, state health experts are preparing for more infections.