At this time last year, if we’d asked you to name a scientist, what might you have said? “Umm…” C’mon, we’d respond. No Googling. “Albert Einstein,” you’d eventually offer. Maybe a little more head-scratching would also have conjured Watson and Crick, or Galileo and Newton. Double bonus points if you’d come up with Marie Curie […]
Two students from the Naval Academy and one from the Air Force Academy participated in the OMRF’s ninth annual Saxon program.
The Saxon program provides military academy students with an opportunity to work alongside OMRF senior scientists.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men in the U.S., killing one in every four males.
The award is for continued research into the origins of Sjögren’s syndrome.
The findings were published in the Jan. 25 issue of Nature Genetics.