The National Institutes of Health has awarded OMRF $2.19 million to continue research on a rare neurological disease.
You simply couldn’t find a scientist who was studying Covid-19 in 2019. Which makes sense, because it wasn’t until the final day of that year that China reported its first cluster of cases to the World Health Organization. In the months that followed, countless researchers pivoted to tackle the novel coronavirus that had emerged as […]
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When Covid-19 hit James Richardson, it hit him hard. Now, he is using his experience to help others.
It marked the 45th consecutive year Putnam City Schools have supported cancer research at OMRF.
Fighting for his life, an Oklahoma City man is now on an ECMO machine in Tulsa battling COVID-19.