With the help of generous volunteers, BRI scientists have been able to move autoimmune and immune-mediated disease researc
For Bernard Khor, MD, PhD, scientific research has a distinct connection with another one of his passions: food.
Indigo Philo was a freshman in college when she was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis.
A day prior to her 51st birthday last year, Aline Keller fell in the shower. A couple of months later she was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis.
BRI collects blood samples and medical histories for researchers to use in their quest to prevent, treat and eliminate autoimmune and immune diseases.
Cheryl Hile runs marathons, bicycles and holds a demanding full-time job—all while living with multiple sclerosis.
Jessica Hamerman, PhD, is examining inflammatory response in autoimmune diseases in human blood samples from the BRI biorepository.
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