OMRF’s Christopher Hoover became just the second Oklahoman in 30 years to earn a prestigious Kirschstein service award.
The grants cover a range of areas, including colitis and colon cancer, sepsis, genomic tools, and outreach strategies for clinical trials.
New findings could help scientists develop treatments for the condition known as ITP.
Visiting attendees represented some of the top names in in the industry.
Rodger McEver and Lijun Xia will be taking on new positions in early 2017.
OMRF has received a 5-year NIH grant to continue heart and blood research.