OMRF visit

Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation officials recently celebrated the opening of the foundation’s new research tower with a reception honoring donors to the project. Chickasaw Nation Governor Anoatubby attended the reception. The 186,000-square-foot research tower caps the largest expansion in OMRF’s 65-year history. The facility is home to dozens of new laboratories, the Samuel Roberts Noble Cardiovascular Institute and the OMRF Multiple Sclerosis Center of Excellence, a clinic that will treat thousands of Oklahomans suffering from MS. Pictured are Ginny Bass Carl, OMRF board member (left), Gov. Bill Anoatubby (center), and Tom Maxwell.

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Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation officials recently celebrated the opening of the foundation’s new research tower with a reception honoring donors to the project. Chickasaw Nation Governor Anoatubby attended the reception. The 186,000-square-foot research tower caps the largest expansion in OMRF’s 65-year history. The facility is home to dozens of new laboratories, the Samuel Roberts Noble Cardiovascular Institute and the OMRF Multiple Sclerosis Center of Excellence, a clinic that will treat thousands of Oklahomans suffering from MS. Pictured are Ginny Bass Carl, OMRF board member (left), Gov. Bill Anoatubby (center), and Tom Maxwell.