“I almost died in my mother’s arms after having a Snicker’s candy bar at a friend’s house,” says Julie.
Erik Wambre, PhD, has discovered a single type of cell that appears to drive all allergies that could change the trajectory of allergy research.
Innovative new treatments for inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) are now being offered in clinical research trials at Virginia Mason supported by BRI.
The golf course and a research lab are very different, but the combination brings great results.
Indigo Philo was a freshman in college when she was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis.
1 in 4 people in the U.S. struggles with allergies, asthma or both. BRI has made significant breakthroughs in understanding how these conditions occur.
BRI is waging a comprehensive fight against rheumatoid arthritis.
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