The Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, in collaboration with the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and Oklahoma Sports Science & Orthopedics, is recruiting volunteers with osteoarthritis of the knee to study the progression of the disease.
Many of us would slow down the aging process if we could, and now researchers in Oklahoma are working to find out if it’s possible.
OMRF is seeking healthy volunteers to study whether a diabetes drug can slow aging.
OMRF and Stanford have received a four-year grant to use zebrafish to study how small genetic variations can lead to several human diseases.
When Covid-19 hit James Richardson, it hit him hard. Now, he is using his experience to help others.
OMRF scientist Benjamin Miller received the pair of grants to study how to prevent muscle loss in older adults and other diseases of aging.