The pair of four-year, $1.75 million NIH Research Project Grants, or R01s, will support separate projects.
The risk of heart failure increases as we age. OMRF is investigating why — and whether it can be stopped.
A recent discovery by scientists at OMRF could aid in the development of potential therapies for lymphedema.
The illness affects about 4,000 Americans, 80 percent of whom are women.
A recent OMRF study is potentially paving the way for better preventive treatment options for African American patients.
Aortic valve stenosis is one of the most common heart conditions in the elderly, and no treatment for it currently exists.