OMRF selects 2015 Teen Leaders in Philanthropy

OMRF has chosen 46 students from area high schools as its newest class of teen leaders. Post originally appeared at Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF) by Ryan Stewart.

Pairing Up To Tackle MS

A paper published in the Journal of Immunology provided a landmark moment in translational medicine for a pair of scientists at OMRF. The paper marks the first published collaboration between Robert Axtell, Ph.D., a research scientist, and physician Gabriel Pardo, M.D., who combine their expertise to shed new light on multiple sclerosis, which is an inflammatory, degenerative [...] Post originally appeared at Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF) by smithr.

Allergy Attack

Spring is here, prompting most of us to head outdoors for a walk or to enjoy some sunshine. But for many who live in a place where the wind comes sweeping down the plains, the end of winter often means the beginning of allergy season. “Your eyes are watering, your nose is stuffy and it’s [...] Post originally appeared at Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF) by smithr.

Gone Fishin’

If you didn’t know better, you might confuse the fish-tank-filled room on OMRF’s fourth floor for an aquarium. Or a pet store. But the 10,000 or so zebrafish that occupy the hundreds of tanks in OMRF’s Oklahoma City campus are not pets. The creatures, which grow no more than a few inches in length and [...] Post originally appeared at Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF) by smithr.

OMRF staffer climbs to top of growing sport

Brad Pazoureck will climb the tallest building in the U.S. on May 17. Post originally appeared at Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF) by Ryan Stewart.