February Two days before he almost died, Ryan Eisner felt great. In fact, if you’d asked him, Eisner, then about to begin his junior year as a point guard for the Drew University basketball team in New Jersey, would’ve told you he was in the best shape of his life. But when a seemingly routine […]
Making A Mark
A patent provides its owner with an exclusive right to a new invention. And beginning in the 1990s, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted a multitude to OMRF, sometimes more than a dozen in a single year. Only a decade earlier did Congress give OMRF and others the right to patent inventions that stemmed […]
It strikes more Americans than any other condition. But scientists are poised to change that statistic.
Taylor, Fletcher B.
Esmon, Charles T.
American Heart Association recognizes OMRF scientist
Esmon honored for “historic contributions” in cardiovascular research