Transforming science into global health solutions
IDRI is currently focused on eradicating tuberculosis, leishmaniasis, leprosy, malaria, and Chagas disease. As the global health arena evolves, our commitment to improving human health and our pragmatic focus on products will enable us to continue translating science into global health solutions. Our portfolio of programs comprises diseases that kill more than six million adults and children each year. These diseases have different etiologies, symptoms, global footprints, and challenges. Nevertheless, we have a singular goal for each: to develop products that save lives. We are proud of the significant progress we've made in achieving that goal.
Taking a quick break from science to support the home team! #gohawks
IDRI is pleased to welcome former FDA leader Norman Baylor as a member of our Board of Directors.
idri.org SEATTLE | Dec. 19, 2016FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Seattle | Dec. 19, 2016 : IDRI (Infectious Disease Research Institute) is expanding its Board of Directors, comprised of international leaders in industry and academia, with the recent addition of Norman Baylor, Ph.D., who has extensive experience in the...
Happy holidays from our elves to yours!
Our TB Discovery team was up for the Mannequin Challenge -- what better place for it than our robotics lab? And, see if you find the scientist who is napping on the job ...
IDRI's Tuberculosis Discovery team took the mannequin challenge -- showing off our robotics lab. Look for someone napping on the job!
IDRI scientists have weighed in with their favorite "gifts for geeks" for the holiday season!
idri.org Haven’t had time to shop for a holiday gift for the geek on your list? Never fear – IDRI scientists have stepped in again to help you find the perfect present for your favorite geek. We’re pleased to share with your our 5th annual Holiday Gift Guide for Geeks!Alyssa Manning says “These tops are
IDRI is pleased to be listed in the City of Seattle's blog featuring five Seattle biotech projects that are changing how diseases are approached and treated.
bottomline.seattle.gov 5 Reasons Seattle Could be the Place that Cures Cancer December 14, 2016 by Jeremy Knight Yesterday, President Barack Obama signed the Cures Act into law. This piece of legislation commits 6.3 billion dollars over seven years to combat diseases such as mental illness, Alzheimer’s, opioid addiction,…
We don't know what the next infectious disease outbreak will be, but we know it's coming. What can stop it? Read more from IDRI's Chris Fox, published last week in Big Think.
bigthink.com There is a lot of very elegant research on vaccines, but the key question is whether we can make a product that is manufacturable, and can be used safely when and where it is needed.
Growing up in Trinidad, Rhea Coler wasn't encouraged to pursue science until she met her high school chemistry teacher. Now she pays mentorship forward.
idri.org As a young girl growing up in Trinidad, it was easy to fall through the cracks. At a time when boys were encouraged to pursue science and girls were politely pushed in other directions, I could have easily missed out on my scientific career path without the influence of my high school chemistry teac...
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