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Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
The James lab is looking for a Research/Medical Communications Specialist to serve as the communications specialist for a large, vibrant research program and two large clinical/clinical research Centers of Excellence focused on improving understanding and patient outcomes in autoimmune and immune-mediated diseases. Serve as the primary conduit sharing findings between members and institutions in the consortium, through helping our team develop interesting and informative content for Network newsletters, web postings, press-releases and a knowledge portal. Help disseminate research findings from this large national consortium to the patient organizations, steering committee, funding partners and patients afflicted with these diseases. Help cultivate, grow, maintain and retain strong relationships between patients and OMRF through a variety of communication methods including but not limited to social media platforms, electronic and paper mailings, newsletters, recruitment tools and phone scripts. Respond to patients regarding study outcomes, results and impact. Reconnect with patients and participants from previous studies to grow patient pools. Assist with clinical trial marketing and recruitment. Create pamphlets, newsletters and handouts, in collaboration with ACI scientists and clinical investigators that are up to date, accurate and consistent with messaging and treatment options. Organize and implement regular outreach with current and potential referring physician practices and hospitals to increase their understanding of how OMRF clinical research and services can benefit their patients. Work with coalitions, community organizations, and patient support/advocacy groups to identify opportunities to educate our communities about the importance of inclusive research participation. Design and create infographic rich flyers and correspondence for collaborators in various departmental research programs. Partner with OMRF Public Affairs to develop communication materials and bring awareness of OMRF clinics’ strengths and services to the Oklahoma community and associated research activities. Provide additional support for clinical and clinical research programs especially in order to cultivate and recognize patient relations and perform other duties as assigned.
Category
Administrative
ID
2022-1455
Department
 Arthritis & Clinical Immunology - James
Classification
On-going
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
The James lab is looking for a Program Manager to assist with the leadership and program management of national, high-visibility NIH & Industry funded project portfolio focused on clinical-and translational research programs across multiple autoimmune diseases including lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, Sjogren’s syndrome and psoriatic spectrum diseases. The successful applicant will be an organized, high-energy project manager at the center of the administrative management of multiple NIH and industry funded projects to include the following responsibilities: 1) draft and implement program policies and procedures 2) help set, assess and report on program progress and milestones 3) coordinate overall program budget allocations between subproject sites and funding organizations 4) coordinate and document proceedings of the program steering committee, leadership and subproject committee meetings 5) ensure all parties of programs are in compliance with all regulatory obligations including material transfer agreements, human subjects research training, and institutional review board protocol approvals 5) assist with the logistics and compliance of clinical operations and sample processing training 6) monitor deadlines and deliverables helping to re-aliquot resources and ensure all parties are meeting and exceeding expectations, 7) assembling slide presentations to highlight progress and emphasize areas needing additional help, 8) helping monitor and document publications, presentations and summary documents. In addition, this position will also engage in management of other divisional activities for multiple investigators, collaborative NIH grants, and investigator-initiated clinical trials. Such management activities include but are not limited to establishing policies and SOPs for select divisional areas and assist with improving efficiencies and streamlining processes, verification of billing and expenses across lab/divisional multi-investigator projects, technical and scientific writing for reports and grant applications, marketing of clinical resources and technology core capabilities to attract investments by BioPharma in Arthritis & Clinical Immunology opportunities.
Category
Administrative
ID
2022-1454
Department
 Arthritis & Clinical Immunology - James
Classification
On-going
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
Provide assistance and organization to multiple Principle Investigators (PIs) in the Arthritis and Clinical Immunology Research Program. Update and organize CVs and Biosketches for PIs. Assist in organizing bibliographies and published paper collections, monitoring for Public Access compliance. Assist in drafting and/or editing letters, regulatory documents such as IRB or IACUC applications. Organize and maintain records of grant effort distribution and monthly accounting reports. Monitor and notify PIs of various deadlines well in advance of due date for grant reporting and renewal, membership renewal, abstract, and meeting deadlines. Manage PI calendars. Gather timesheets and get PI signatures. Manage travel arrangements and reimbursements. Assist with purchasing office equipment and supplies. Assist with planning and arranging all aspects of visits for guest speakers, meetings, seminars, and symposia as required for department and PIs. Meet with PIs as needed to review and coordinate workloads, deadlines, etc., and provide feedback regarding completion of major tasks, office operations and any issues. Requesting or pulling publications. Must have a helpful orientation and positive attitude. Filing, copying, picking up/delivering mail, and other administrative tasks. Opportunities to learn grant and manuscript preparation and submission skills.
Category
Administrative
ID
2022-1453
Department
 Arthritis & Clinical Immunology - James
Classification
On-going
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
The Yoon Lab is looking for a highly motivated, organized, responsible person who will play a key role in achieving the mission of the lab. Using Drosophila (fruit fly), we aim to discover cellular and molecular mechanisms how metabolic dysfunctions cause human diseases including neurological diseases. We utilize variety of approaches including genetics, metabolomics, biochemistry, cell and molecular biology as well as confocal and electron microscopy.   Responsibilities will include: - Maintenance of Drosophila stocks - Conducting genetic experiments to assess gene function in Drosophila - Prep of Drosophila tissue samples and imaging using fluorescent and confocal microscopes - Conducting basic molecular biology experiments such as PCR and cloning - Detailed documentation of experiments and results - Participation in lab and departmental meetings
Category
Laboratory
ID
2022-1452
Department
 Aging & Metabolism - Yoon
Classification
On-going
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
The Development department is seeking a motivated, positive, self-starter intern to intern and assist with all facets of development including, but not limited to: - Assist with note writing, phone calls, new donor research) - Assist with outside tours of labs and facilities - Assist when needed with the OMRF Teen Leaders in Philanthropy Program - Assist with annual donor events (241 Event – Wine & Food Festival held October 23rd) & Annual MS Advocate Award Dinner - Other general office administration (filing, scanning, copying, etc.)
Category
Administrative
ID
2022-1451
Department
 Development
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
The Kinter laboratory in the Aging and Metabolism Research Program is seeking a Research Technician. The Kinter laboratory has two parts; a proteomics laboratory that helps other scientists use LC-MS in their experiments and an independent research program studying the effects of high fat diets on the heart.   The Research Technician will perform routine laboratory procedures according to our laboratory protocols, including but not limited to handling mice, maintaining cell cultures, isolating protein and RNA, gel electrophoresis, Western blotting, and LC-mass spectrometry. They will receive general instructions on routine work and detailed instructions on new assignments.
Category
Laboratory
ID
2022-1450
Department
 Aging & Metabolism - Kinter
Classification
On-going
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
Identify, prepare and perform a variety of research experiments according to protocol. Projects and assignments are typically non-routine and variable in nature. Collect, interpret, and present data to Manager or Principal Investigator. Expected to advance in independence after appropriate training and time in the position.
Category
Laboratory
ID
2022-1449
Department
 Cell Cycle & Cancer Biology - Gorbsky
Classification
On-going
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
Checks in incoming supply, furniture, and equipment deliveries. Inspects cartons and packages for exterior damage. Coordinates with departments the moving or delivering of furniture, materials, and equipment to labs and offices, including offsite locations. May make office deliveries of office supplies, i.e., copier paper, copier toner, and generic stationery. May notify departments of receipt of express packages. Performs occasional errands using company vehicles. May assist mailroom, maintenance, and event personnel with repairs, renovations and room setup/teardown. Performs other duties as requested by supervisor.
Category
Other
ID
2022-1448
Classification
On-going
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
The Farris lab is seeking an entry level Staff Scientist (within 5 years of an advanced degree) to investigate aberrant immunologic responses in the setting of systemic bacterial infections and in the setting of the systemic rheumatic disease Sjögren’s syndrome. Initial projects include human macrophage response to bacterial peptidoglycan and application of spatial proteomic technology to fixed human biopsy tissue sections. The candidate will interact with PhD students, technicians, and other scientists working in the areas of macrophage biology, Sjögren’s syndrome and other rheumatic and autoimmune diseases within the Arthritis and Clinical Immunology Program at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation.
Category
Scientific
ID
2022-1447
Department
 Arthritis & Clinical Immunology - Farris
Classification
On-going
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
The Ahamed lab is looking for a full-time or part-time Research Technician. Our laboratory studies mouse models of heart diseases with a particular focus on fibrosis. We utilize state-of-the-art techniques in genetics, molecular biology, cell biology, and biochemistry. The position involves breeding of our mouse colony, performing experiments utilizing a variety of techniques, analyzing data, contributing to management and contributing to laboratory management and oversight.   Assists, as needed, with administering injections, medications, venipunctures, applying wound dressings, and with diagnostic procedures as directed by supervisor and/or consulting veterinarian.   Identify, prepare and perform a variety of research experiments according to protocol. Projects and assignments are typically non-routine and variable in nature. Receive no instruction on routine work, but receive instructions on new work or special assignments. Collect and present data to Manager or Principal Investigator.
Category
Laboratory
ID
2022-1446
Department
 Cardiovascular Biology - Ahamed
Classification
On-going
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
Our Biorepository and Human Phenotyping Cores, which support our clinical and translational research investigators, have positions for both entry level and experienced technical support. Candidates should be highly organized, motivated and team oriented. Duties will include all repository activities related to receipt, processing, storage, maintenance and records management of human blood and tissue samples related to studies and clinical trials in a CAP (College of American Pathologists) certified facility. Successful individuals will be trained in specific testing and data analysis of human phenotyping assays as required. Individual will need to be comfortable working in cold temperatures with appropriate personal safety protections and working with human samples.
Category
Laboratory
ID
2022-1443
Department
 Arthritis & Clinical Immunology - Guthridge
Classification
On-going
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
 The Yoon Lab is looking for a highly motivated, creative, and responsible scientists who will play a key role in achieving the mission of the lab. We aim to discover cellular and molecular mechanisms of Mendelian mitochondrial diseases. To do this, we implement an experimental pipeline that leverages the combined power of clinical data, genomics analysis, and studies using Drosophila models and patient-derived stem cell models. We have discovered 5 new Mendelian mitochondrial diseases including the Harel-Yoon syndrome that bears my name. We have established disease models in Drosophila and human iPS cells. Hence, the motivated postdoctoral researchers are expected to discover new findings and publish high-impact papers.   Researchers with strong interest in neurological and mitochondrial diseases are welcome to apply. Expertise in any of the following areas is highly valued though not required: - Drosophila genetics - Metabolism/mitochondrial biology - Neurodegeneration & Neurodevelopmental diseases - Developmental biology - iPSCs/cerebral organoids
Category
Scientific
ID
2022-1442
Department
 Aging & Metabolism - Yoon
Classification
On-going
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
The laboratory of Dr. Meng Zhao in the Arthritis and Clinical Immunology Program at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF) is seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow/Assistant Staff Scientist to investigate the metabolic regulation of T cells in the pathogenesis of human diseases. The postdoctoral fellow’s project focuses on understanding the mechanistic interaction between metabolic remodeling and immune functions during the development of autoimmune, infectious diseases or cancer. The postdoctoral fellow will work with cutting edge resources including spectral flowcytometry, high resolution microscopy, novel genetically modified mouse models, metabolomic analysis, and single cell transcriptomic analysis.   Founded in 1946, the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation is one of the nation’s oldest and most respected nonprofit biomedical research institutes. OMRF has made The Scientist magazine’s annual list of the “Best Places to Work for Postdocs” for many years. Arthritis and Clinical Immunology Program is the home base for one of only 10 Autoimmune Centers of Excellence (ACE) in the US. Apart from the close mentorship from Dr. Zhao, the postdoctoral fellow will benefit from departmental journal clubs, seminar series, and the expertise from diverse approaches in the program and the institute. Moreover, OMRF postdoc training committee and postdoc association will provide additional resource and advice. Our collective goal is to help make the postdoc training experience at OMRF productive and successful.   Selected publication   Zhao M*#, Quintana A*, Zhang C*, Andreyev AY*, Kiosses W, Kuwana T, Murphy A, Hogan PG#, Kronenberg M#. Calcium signals regulate the functional differentiation of thymic iNKT cells. EMBO J. 2021 Aug 16;40(16):e107901, PMID: 34169542 (* co-first authors, # co-corresponding authors)   Zhao M*, Svensson M*, Venken K, Sethi A, Engel I, Day JD, Elewaut D, Bottini N, Kronenberg M. Altered thymic differentiation and modulation of arthritis by invariant NKT cells expressing mutant ZAP70. Nat. Communications. 2018 Jul 6. 9:262 (* co-first author) PMCID: PMC6035278   Chandra S*, Zhao M*, Budelsky A, de Mingo Pulido A, Day J, Fu Z, Siegel L, Smith D, Kronenberg M. A new mouse strain for the analysis of invariant NKT cell function. Nat Immunology. 2015 Aug;16(8):799-800. (* co-first author) PMCID: PMC4711267
Category
Scientific
ID
2022-1440
Department
 Arthritis & Clinical Immunology - Zhao
Classification
On-going
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
The James/Guthridge labs (james.omrf.org; Guthridge.omrf.org) is a translational immunology laboratory focused on understanding the pathogenesis, prediction, prevention and precision treatment of immune-mediated diseases to improve patients’ lives. We have large, complex experimental datasets partnered with detailed clinical data to help better understand disease and improve treatments. We also help lead large, national, NIH funded consortia such as the Autoimmune Centers of Excellence and Accelerating Medicines Partnership in Autoimmune and Immune-Mediated Disease. We are looking for a talented Scientific/Medical Writer to join our team. The Scientific Writer is responsible for producing and/or editing accurate, clear, and interesting content for manuscripts, grants, reports, lay summaries, white papers, website content and presentations. The successful candidate will perform some combination of the following. Apply scientific principles and biomedical knowledge to understand, organize, and describe complex data for scientific, medical, and lay audiences. Coordinate input from a multi-disciplinary team while meeting tight deadlines. Help write, edit and proofread key documents. Maintain familiarity with relevant research, conduct literature reviews, and manage references. Assist with the design, development, and selection of scientific illustrations, tables, and figures. Track manuscript status from conceptualization through publication. Assist with cover letters and associated documents. Assist with letters of support, evaluation letters and other aspects of communication like patient newsletters. Update lab and departmental websites, including newsworthy content. Maintain common-use text describing facilities, resources, human subject sections and standard procedures. Assist with editing and writing grant progress reports, grant sections and collaborative grant documents. Summarize research results for lay audiences and community stakeholders. A senior candidate may assume a leadership role for a Scientific Writing Unit, hosting scientific writing workshops, writing groups and lunch-and-learns for junior investigators and trainees.
Category
Administrative
ID
2022-1439
Department
 Arthritis & Clinical Immunology - James
Classification
On-going
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
The James and Guthridge labs are hiring for a Staff Scientist to design and conduct research experiments; prepare reports and papers for publication, presentation and future research; assists with grant writing; and oversee and/or manage research projects, summarize and present results, as well as guiding/leading graduate students, postdocs, and lab staff; may manage staff.   Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Knowledge of the principles and practices of scientific theory and research; demonstrates skill in formulating and testing hypotheses; ability to conduct scientific research experiments; to analyze and summarize data and results; to write technical, scientific papers; to write grants and to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; to mentor students and guide/direct the work of less senior scientists
Category
Scientific
ID
2022-1438
Department
 Arthritis & Clinical Immunology - James
Classification
On-going
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
The James/Guthridge labs (james.omrf.org; Guthridge.omrf.org) is a translational immunology laboratory focused on understanding the pathogenesis, prediction, prevention and precision treatment of immune-mediated diseases to improve patients’ lives. We have large, complex experimental datasets partnered with detailed clinical data to help better understand disease and improve treatments.   Join our dynamic team in a well-funded research group in an autoimmune disease center of excellence. We are focused on identifying and characterizing mechanisms of autoimmune disease onset and flare, including regulatory immune mechanisms. Drs. Joel Guthridge (Guthridge.omrf.org) and Judith James (james.omrf.org) are seeking two Post-Doctoral Fellows with a strong immunology background to be part of the team working to understand mechanisms of autoimmune disease in humans by leveraging the extensive resources and data available from our well characterized clinical cohorts. The successful candidate will be part of a dynamic team with synergistic skills and experiences and will be given the opportunity to develop projects that complement the overall directions of the group. The team utilizes high throughput bimolecular assays, deep cellular phenotyping, single cell genomic, proteomic, chromatin conformation/epigenetic and computational and bioinformatics analyses through resources in our Human Phenotyping and Translational Informatics Cores which are supported through NIH P30 U54 and U19 mechanisms. We also have access to high performance computational resources both in-house and through cloud-based resources. Trainees have the opportunity to participate in large, national NIH-funded consortia.   This is a mentored position for postdoctoral training. Individuals at this level plan, design and conduct research experiments; manage research projects; prepare reports and papers for publication, presentation and future research; contribute to grant writing and are encouraged to write applications for fellowships; learn the complexities of research lab management and participate in various lab activities.   Benchmark Expectations: - Conduct scientific research - Manage research projects - Present scientific information both formally and informally - Prepare papers for publication - Contribute to grant writing - Perform lab responsibilities as assigned - Work collaboratively and collegially as part of the team while developing skills needed as an independent scientist. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Knowledge of the principles and practices of scientific theory and research; demonstrates skill in formulating and testing hypotheses; demonstrates ability to conduct scientific research analysis and summarize data and results; writes technical, scientific papers; writes grants and communicates effectively both orally and in writing; mentor students; provides analytic support and input to other projects in the group and guides/directs the work of less senior scientists.
Category
Scientific
ID
2022-1437
Department
 Arthritis & Clinical Immunology - James
Classification
On-going
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
Join our dynamic, well-funded research group in an autoimmune disease center of excellence. We are focused on studying immune mechanisms associated with autoimmunity and translational research questions. Dr. Joel Guthridge and Dr. Judith James are seeking a Post-Doctoral Fellow with a strong immunology and/or bioinformatics/data science background to be part of the team working to apply precision medicine and molecular phenotype classification approaches to clinical and translational autoimmune disease research to improve the lives to patients with autoimmune disease. Large datasets for analysis are already available and growing daily.   The successful candidate will help lead efforts to apply computational and new statistical tools to molecular phenotype pipelines for patient characterization and stratification, assist with data analysis, modeling, visualization and interpretation of clinical and experimental data. We have access to an extensive curated electronic clinical research health record and experimental data warehouse already available to be leveraged for these projects. The team utilizes high throughput bimolecular assays, deep cellular phenotyping, and single cell genomic and proteomic methods through our Human Phenotyping Core. We also have access to high performance computational resources both in-house and through cloud-based resources.   This is a mentored position for postdoctoral training. Incumbents at this level plan, design and conduct analysis plans for research projects; prepare reports and papers for publication, presentation and future research; contribute to grant writing and are encouraged to write applications for fellowships. Successful candidates will learn the complexities of data analytics/research lab management and participate in various lab management responsibilities.   Benchmark Expectations: - Conduct scientific research/data analysis - Manage research projects - Contribute to grant writing; prepare reports and papers for publication - Present scientific/technical information both formally and informally - Work collaboratively and collegially as part of the team while learning to become an independent investigator.   Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Knowledge of the principles and practices of scientific theory and research; demonstrates skill in formulating and testing hypotheses; demonstrates ability to conduct scientific research analysis and summarize data and results; writes technical, scientific papers; writes grants and communicates effectively both orally and in writing; mentor students; provides analytic support and input to other projects in the group and guides/directs the work of less senior.
Category
Scientific
ID
2022-1436
Department
 Arthritis & Clinical Immunology - James
Classification
On-going
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
The James/Guthridge labs (james.omrf.org; Guthridge.omrf.org) is a translational immunology laboratory focused on understanding the pathogenesis, prediction, prevention and precision treatment of immune-mediated diseases to improve patients’ lives. We have large, complex experimental datasets partnered with detailed clinical data to help better understand disease and improve treatments. We are looking for a Biostatistician or experienced Data Analyst to join our team to help analyze current and emerging data. This person will perform biostatistic analyses of clinical trial and associated experimental data. Develops data analysis plans, including power calculations. Performs a wide variety of analyses, including but not limited to parametric and non-parametric statistics. Evaluates the statistical methods and procedures used to obtain data and to ensure validity, applicability, efficiency, accuracy, reliability and usability of data. Reports results of statistical analyses, including information in the form of graphs, charts, and tables. Conveys results for presentations to non-statistical audiences. Analyzes and interprets statistical data and prepares conclusions. Identifies relationships and trends in data, as well as any factors that could affect the results of research. Assists scientists in designing experiments to facilitate correct analysis of data. Plans data collection methods for specific projects and determines the types and sizes of sample groups to be used. Queries databases and manages datasets.
Category
Scientific
ID
2022-1435
Department
 Arthritis & Clinical Immunology - James
Classification
On-going
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
The Rheumatology Research Center of Excellence in the Research Program of Arthritis and Clinical Immunology at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF) seeks to understand roles of the immune system in health and disease. With a new expansion underway, we invite qualified candidates to apply for a clinician or clinical investigator position. We are currently recruiting at the Clinical Assistant/Associate or Assistant/Associate Member level (Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor equivalent), but talented candidates at all levels are encouraged to apply and will be considered.   As a private, non-profit research institution, our clinical activities are focused in systemic autoimmune rheumatic diseases and in offering outstanding, science-driven clinical care. Most patients are offered the opportunity to participate in longitudinal cohorts and/or clinical trials. The Rheumatology Research Center of Excellence provides high-quality care to systemic autoimmune rheumatic disease patients, regardless of pay source (or lack of pay source). A robust referral system exists, specifically of patients with systemic autoimmune rheumatic diseases. A multi-disciplinary clinic is available which includes ophthalmology and dental chairs, infusion suite, 6 additional exam rooms, musculoskeletal ultrasound and a rheumatic disease imaging suite is currently under construction. Arthritis and Clinical Immunology investigators have access to a number of outstanding OMRF core facilities, including CAP-CLIA certified clinical immunology laboratory (autoantibody testing), CAP-certified Biorepository, Sample Procurement and Processing, Human Immune Phenotyping, Clinical, Flow Cytometry, Imaging and state-of-the-art clinical facilities. Extensive autoimmune disease and control sample collections are also available. Successful candidates will receive a generous, multi-year start-up package with significant ongoing salary and scholarly activity support. Clinical trial training will also be available to interested candidates.   OMRF (http://omrf.org) is an independent, not-for-profit biomedical research institute adjacent to the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (OUHSC)campus in Oklahoma City. OMRF investigators enjoy close scientific and clinical interactions with OUHSC faculty and participate in OUHSC housestaff and clinical training programs. For more information about Arthritis and Clinical Immunology, please visit: https://omrf.org/programs/arthritis-clinical-immunology-research-program/.
Category
Scientific
ID
2022-1431
Department
 Arthritis and Clinical Immunology (ACI)
Classification
On-going
Job Locations US-OK-Oklahoma City
The Arthritis and Clinical Immunology Research Program (ACI) at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF) seeks to understand roles of the immune system in health and disease. Building on strong clinical research infrastructure with longitudinal cohorts, a cadre of talented clinical coordinators/clinical research nurses, diverse aspects of clinical research informatics and a CAP-certified biorepository, we invite qualified candidates to apply for a clinical trialist faculty position focusing on rheumatoid arthritis (RA), Sjogren’s syndrome and/or related disorders. We are currently recruiting at the Assistant/Associate/Full Member level (Assistant/Associate/Full Professor equivalent). Talented candidates at all levels are encouraged to apply and will be considered.   - Spearhead investigator-initiated, sponsor-led and/or NIH clinical trials - Lead comprehensive, optimal autoimmune rheumatic disease patient health care - Receive generous, multi-year start-up package with significant, sustained salary and research support - Collaborate with basic scientists interested in patient-oriented research - Interact closely with Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center faculty and participate in OUHSC housestaff and medical training programs - Contribute toward and enjoy access to: - vibrant patient cohorts with associated patient care and clinical trials infrastructure - extensive autoimmune disease and control sample collections - outstanding OMRF and ACI Core facilities   Arthritis and Clinical Immunology investigators have access to a number of outstanding OMRF core facilities, including CAP-CLIA certified Clinical Immunology Laboratory (autoantibody testing), Sample Procurement and Processing, CAP-certified Biorepository, Human Phenotyping, Imaging, Flow Cytometry, Translational Informatics, and state-of-the-art clinical facilities. Extensive autoimmune disease and control sample collections are also available. Pilot programs are also available through the Oklahoma Rheumatic Disease Research Cores Center and Oklahoma Shared Clinical & Translational Resources funding streams, as well as through the Oklahoma Center for Advancement of Science and Technology.   OMRF (http://omrf.org) is an independent, not-for-profit biomedical research institute adjacent to the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (OUHSC)campus in Oklahoma City. OMRF investigators enjoy close scientific interactions with OUHSC faculty and participate in OUHSC graduate programs. For more information about Arthritis and Clinical Immunology, please visit: https://omrf.org/programs/arthritis-clinical-immunology-research-program/.
Category
Scientific
ID
2022-1430
Department
 Arthritis and Clinical Immunology (ACI)
Classification
On-going