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Our mission is to predict, prevent, reverse and cure diseases of the immune system. Our vision--a healthy immune system for everyone. Every person in the world. And we want to connect with you. You who have a disease(s) of the immune system. You who want to use our expertise. You who want to work with us. You who want to learn more. Give more. You who want to amplify who we are and what we do.  
 

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Open Positions: Undergraduate Summer Intern

BRI is currently hiring Undergraduate Summer Interns. Interns will have the opportunity to expand their learning experiences beyond the traditional classroom through this in-person Summer Internship Program. The 8-week internship offers top-achieving and highly motivated science students the opportunity to work and learn under the mentorship of BRI's renowned researchers.

This is a paid internship for 20 hours per week. The 2024 summer internship will run from June 17th to August 9th. Applications are due by March 8th.

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LITAF Protects Against Pore-Forming Protein–Induced Cell Death by Promoting Membrane Repair: Interview with Drs. Stefani & Lacy-Hulbert

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Benaroya Research Institute’s Steven F. Ziegler, PhD, Named 2024 Distinguished Fellow by the American Association of Immunologists

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Benaroya Research Institute President Jane Buckner, MD, Receives 2024 American Association of Immunologists’ Steinman Award for Human Immunology Research

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January 12, 2024

New Grant Fuels Research Into Preventing Autoimmunity

Naive T cells are like the rookies of your immune system. They’re young and inexperienced. They grow up to do different jobs, most of which help protect your body from viruses and bacteria. But a few stray down the wrong path — growing up to become cells that cause autoimmune disease.
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January 11, 2024

John Ray, PhD, Receives NIH New Innovator Award

The prestigious NIH Director’s New Innovator Award provides significant funding for innovative research that holds the promise of high rewards. And BRI geneticist John Ray, PhD, just received one.
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January 11, 2024

Ready for This Moment: Exploring Prevention of Ulcerative Colitis

Adam Lacy-Hulbert, PhD, was reading through the latest scientific papers when one finding stopped him in his tracks: Groups from Kyoto University and Mount Sinai described an autoantibody specific to people with ulcerative colitis (UC).
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