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.
OMRF is recruiting those who have or who think they may have Sjögren’s syndrome to participate in new research studies and a clinical trial.
By Adam Cohen The author decided to learn about clinical research by volunteering as a study participant there was only one, small problem. I’ve never been a big fan of needles. The very mention of the word takes me back to the allergy shots I received as a kid. Every spring and summer, […]
OMRF’s Sarcoidosis Unit, which launched in January, is the only one of its kind in the state.
Sarcoidosis Research Unit Are you living with sarcoidosis? Scientists at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation are unraveling this medical mystery. You can help. Join our study. Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation scientist Courtney Montgomery, Ph.D., leads a team of researchers, physicians and nurses dedicated to understanding the risk factors for sarcoidosis so that medical professionals can […]
Scientists are testing an experimental study agent.