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Improving the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention
of musculoskeletal & neurological disorders

OMNI scientists conduct basic and clinical research pertaining to the advancement of musculoskeletal and neurological health. OMNI has strong programmatic efforts in two research divisions: 1) musculoskeletal and neurological pain disorders, and 2) healthy aging. The research across these two divisions has an overarching aim of developing interventions that remove barriers to independent physical mobility and ultimately reduce disability.


Recent Publications:

During the calendar years 2013-14 OMNI PI's published 64 MedLine referenced articles.

Active Grant Enterprise:

OMNI scientist currently hold >$6 million in active research grants from the National Institutes of Health. These include multiple R01 and R21 awards as well as other funding mechanisms (e.g., R56 & R15). Additionally, OMNI scientist hold >$1 million in active research grants from industry and foundation sponsors, such as Regeneron Phamaceuticals, the Ohio Aerospace Institute, Abbott Labs, American Osteopathic Association, and the MdDS Balance Disorder Foundation. Lastly, the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine and the Osteopathic Heritage Foundations have dedicated >$30 million to the development and enhancement of OMNI over the next decade.

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Last updated:03/12/2015