The Murdock Trust has granted BRI with more than $3 million over 30 years for state-of-the-art core equipment to support the research labs.
A critical factor in whether people develop an autoimmune disease is “cell communication.”
BRI is relatively small compared to large research universities, but its impact goes well beyond its size and location through key collaborations with numerous external investigators.
Adam Lacy-Hulbert, PhD, bring new expertise in Inflamatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and the basic functioning of the immune system.
With a dedicated focus on collaboration, BRI scientists investigate Inflammatory Bowel Disease at the cellular level.
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